© Society for Applied Microbiology and John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Kenneth N. Timmis, Michael Wagner, Mike Jetten, Michael Galperin, Victoria Orphan, Martin Polz, Paola Bonfante and Juan L. Ramos
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 14/114 (Microbiology)
Online ISSN: 1462-2920
Associated Title(s): Environmental Microbiology Reports
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Special Issue: Baeza
Environmental Microbiology Annual Lectures
Systems metabolic engineering for a green chemical industry with guest speaker Professor Sang Yup Lee.
This year's Environmental Microbiology lecture was presented by Professor Sang Yup Lee, Distinguished Professor and Dean of the College of Life Science and Bioengineering at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) on 8th October at the Royal Society of Medicine.
with guest speaker Willem M. de Vos
Microbial Resource Management (MRM): the road to go for environmental biotechnology
with guest speaker Willy Verstraete
Deciphering microbial community dynamics, from genomes to biomes
with guest speaker Prof. Edward F. DeLong
Climate, Oceans, Global Warming and Cholera
with guest speaker Dr. Rita R. Colwell
Faculty of 1000 Paper Rating
The Minireview Beyond the Venn diagram: the hunt for a core microbiome by Ashley Shade and Jo Handelsman has been awarded a FFa of 8. Read the article and the evaluation!
News and Updates
Two Special Issues out now!
Environmental Microbiology is pleased to announce that it currently has two special issues out now.
Special Issue: Baeza
This Special Issue of Environmental Microbiology is mostly shaped by papers submitted by participants of a recent workshop in Baeza – many of them former and current collaborators of Ken Timmis not only in the hope of mapping where the subject of Environmental Microbiology stands at the moment, but also to pay a tribute to the extraordinary leadership that Ken has exerted over the years in the same territory. Readers may take this collective issue as a piece of what in the best German academic tradition is called a Festschrift, i.e. a compilation of original papers by the honoured Academic's close colleagues which is published on the occasion of a notable career anniversary.
Read the latest of Chief Editor Kenneth N. Timmis' Choice Articles.
Volume 14 is available now!
The ecology of viruses that infect eukaryotic algae
Steven M. Short
The response of marine picoplankton to ocean acidification
Lindsay K. Newbold, Anna E. Oliver, Tim Booth, Bela Tiwari, Todd DeSantis, Michael Maguire, Gary Andersen, Christopher J. van der Gast and Andrew S. Whiteley
Comparative metatranscriptomics reveals widespread community responses during phenanthrene degradation in soil
Alexandre de Menezes, Nicholas Clipson and Evelyn Doyle