New Book - Fluorescence In-Situ Hybridization (FISH) for Microbial Cells

New Book - Fluorescence In-Situ Hybridization (FISH) for Microbial Cells

Want to learn more 🧐 about FISH but you can't join us for the Summer School?
Check out the most recent output of the FISH team and collaborators: "Fluorescence In-Situ Hybridization (FISH) for Microbial Cells"🦠, available here. A book 📚 reviewing concepts and including cutting-edge methods and protocols related to fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) applied to microbial cells 🦠.
Summer School 2: FISHing Bacteria 2021

Summer School 2: FISHing Bacteria 2021

Don't miss DelNAM's next Summer School "FISHing Bacteria" 🦠👨‍🔬.

The theoretical sessions will take place ONLINE on May 4th 2021. Learn more about FISH and its applications.

Registrations are open and free of charge! Learn more here.

DelNAM Scholarship

DelNAM Scholarship

#DelNAM is looking for a motivated master graduate 👨‍🔬 to work at the FISH group on the synthesis and evaluation of delivery vectors to carry antibacterial NAMs.

This is a 6-months opportunity, intended to be continued over a 4-years PhD project. The opportunity to exchange between Porto and Denmark is planned.

 

Don't miss this opportunity to join the antimicrobial 🦠 resistance fight!

Application deadline: 23/02/21.

More info here: http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=131342

Nanomaterials and Novel Biologics to Manage Bacterial Infections

Nanomaterials and Novel Biologics to Manage Bacterial Infections

DelNAM's Project Manager Rita S. Santos is guest editor of the special issue "Nanomaterials and Novel Biologics to Manage #BacterialInfections" to be published in #MDPI Pharmaceutics.
Consider submitting your research and learn more here.
New Insights on Biofilm Antimicrobial Strategies

New Insights on Biofilm Antimicrobial Strategies

Andreia Azevedo, a fellow BEL team member, is a guest editor of the special issue "New Insights on Biofilm Antimicrobial Strategies, 2nd Volume" to be published in "Antibiotics"As a continuation of the Special Issue published in 2020, this volume will deal with different strategies to prevent biofilm formation, including nucleic acid mimicsConsider submitting your research here.
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