Economic Equality

Across the globe there are huge disparities in access to basic services such as healthcare, education, and economic resources, with the UN estimating over 98 million people live on less than $1.90 a day. It is vital for microbial research to identify those areas which actively maintain cycles of poverty and disparity. In recognising the interconnected nature of human financial systems and environmental health, microbial research can be a leader in working toward Economic Equality.


Spurring staff and students in Nigeria to pursue microbiology-driven entrepreneurship

Several areas of microbiology are ripe for commercial exploitation in Nigeria - so what’s the next step for students and researchers interested in setting up science-driven business ventures? A recent workshop had the answers.

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New nitrogen-fixing bacteria for sustainable agriculture

Discover developments in biological nitrogen fixation technology and research, as sustainable agriculture becomes a hot topic.

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