BMS grants to support all aspects of mycology
Application is now open for RESEARCH GRANTS to fund fungal biology research at a range of levels. Deadline: 31 May.
The current round of applications for SMALL GRANTS are due by 20 July.
Other grants are available throughout the year.
19:30 – 21:00
BMS Talk: When scientists learn from patients: what do viral pandemics teach us about fungal infections? Research
Online talk (free to attend)
Dr Liz Ballou (University of Exeter) showcases fungi that took advantage of viral pandemics to cause fungal epidemics in people.
Our online talks take place once a month and are open to everyone, at any level of interest or expertise in fungi. Speakers cover a variety of topics including scientific research, field mycology, art, history and cuture.
Join the BMS
Membership is open to all who are interested in promoting, supporting and learning about the world of fungi.
NEW from 2022: BMS membership includes free online access to new issues of the BMS publication Field Mycology
BMS support for Ukraine
The British Mycological Society is devastated with the ongoing situation in Ukraine and the unacceptable violence and loss of life.
Our mission is to promote fungal science internationally and we are proud to have members from across the world including Ukraine. We want to help our friends and colleagues impacted by this unnecessary war in whatever way we can.
The BMS is making a donation to the Council for At-Risk Academics (cara) who are poised to support academics from Ukraine. Their ongoing work in relation to this crisis can be seen here.
Our thoughts are with the Ukrainian people at this dreadful time.
Field Mycology is published quarterly by the BMS and covers topics of interest to experienced field mycologists. Digital copies are free to BMS members. Print and digital subscriptions are available to all.
The BMS journals Fungal Biology, Fungal Biology Reviews, and Fungal Ecology are published by Elsevier. Subscriptions are available directly from Elsevier or at a discounted rate for BMS members.
Fungus groups exist in many parts of the UK and are run on a voluntary basis by enthusiasts seeking to share their knowledge of fungi and improve identification skills. Groups offer a welcoming environment for newcomers and experts alike.
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