Flipping the classroom

How we fared in our first shot at flipping the clinical microbiology classroom: malaria and tuberculosis ePractical, September 2013.

The first whiff of infection

Recent animal experiments confirm that bacterial pneumonia can be detected by volatile bacterial metabolic products in exhaled breath, opening up a new approach to early detection of pneumonia.

Coming up for air

After the latest relocation this year, the Micrognome breathes fresh air and takes in the view from his lab. So that’s what the big, bad world looks like.

27th ECCMID in Berlin

Micrognome’s highlights from the 27th ECCMID congress in Berlin

Combat with virus misses the point

Combat sport images don’t always communicate the right message, and sometimes they’re way off the mark.