Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2020 - EVENT CANCELLED
Mar 31 2020 - Apr 03 2020
The Microbiology Society will celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2020.
To celebrate this milestone, the organisation's flagship Annual Conference will - for one time only - be extended to 5 days and will take place between Monday 30 March - Friday 3 April 2020.
This prestigious meeting will be held at Edinburgh International Convention Centre (EICC) in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, UK and will include an additional first day (Monday) dedicated to the theme of Fleming and includes a series of high-profile "Fleming Lectures". The Microbiology Society's Fleming Prize is awarded each year to an early career researcher who has achieved an outstanding research record within 12 years of being awarded their PhD. The Fleming Lectures will be used as an opportunity to formally observe the legacy of past Fleming Prize winners and to examine some of the most exciting science from around the globe. The day is organised by a Committee of Past Fleming Prize Winners, which is Chaired by Sir Paul Nurse and will be compered by academic, writer and television broadcaster, Professor Alice Roberts.
This will be followed by the standard 4-days (Tuesday - Friday) of scientific sessions. As ever, these sessions are designed to demonstrate the impact and potential of microbiology to address important global challenges.
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