Issue compiled and edited Steven Busby, Pascale Cossart and David Holden.
The field of Microbiology, in particular that of Bacteriology, has changed dramatically over the last twenty years, due to new technologies and new approaches that have benefited all fields of biology. The papers in this volume arise from a two-day meeting entitled ‘The New Bacteriology’ held on January 28th and 29th, 2016 at the Royal Society in London in partnership with the French Academy of Sciences and the German Leopoldina. It aimed to highlight new concepts and approaches that have led to a bona fide Renaissance in the discipline of Bacteriology.
This issue is based on a Royal Society Discussion Meeting which was held in January 2016.
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