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06 | 05 | 21

BMS AGM 2021

BMS AGM to take place on Wednesday September 15th 2021 at 2:00-3:00pm (provisional time) Read More


27 | 04 | 21

BMS Survey 2021

We're inviting your input to help shape the Society's activities... Read More


01 | 04 | 21

New member of staff for BMS communications and development

New member of staff for BMS communications and development Read More


26 | 03 | 21

Machiel Noordeloos - Entoloma revised: What is left of the traditional species concepts?

In this lecture, Machiel Noordeloos gives an impression of the impact of ITS barcoding on the taxonomic concepts in the genus Entoloma: shifting species concepts, surprising new insights in the value of morphological and microscopical characters, and the advantages and limitations of these new insights. Read More


04 | 03 | 21

BMS Newsletter Issue#1 2021

The First Issue of the BMS newsletter for 2021 Read More


18 | 02 | 21

BMS Journals -Provisional Publication Dates

The provisional dates for compilation and dispatch of BMS journals in 2021- These may be subject to some variation! Read More


12 | 02 | 21

Killer Fungi: A Clear and Present Danger to Life on Earth

We share our planet with millions of different types of fungi, which perform numerous functions that make our planet habitable. However, there is a dark side to this Fungal Kingdom. New fungi are emerging that are wiping out susceptible amphibians and bats, and others are having a devastating effect on crops thus threatening world food security. Read More


05 | 05 | 20

Downy Mildews and White Blister-Rusts

The ‘ Downy Mildews and White Blister rusts of Wales ’ is the latest in a series of books on the plant pathogens of Wale written by the ‘Welsh Rust Group’. Read More


06 | 04 | 20

Learning at home RBG Kew :

Learn about plant and fungal science from home with our resources. Read More


14 | 06 | 19

Prof Lynne Boddy of Cardiff University to receive an MBE

Members of the University community have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for their exceptional contribution to society. Professor Lynne Boddy, from the School of Biosciences, has been awarded an MBE for services to Mycology and to Public Engagement in Science. Read More