FEBS is pleased to announce that ÖGMBT members can now choose to publish open access articles in two FEBS  journals (The FEBS Journal and FEBS Letters) at no direct cost.

In February 2021, Wiley, FEBS’ publishing partner, agreed a 3-year combined open access publication and subscription agreement with the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ) and the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).

Researchers at affiliated institutes will be able to both access Wiley’s subscription journals and to publish accepted articles open access in both The FEBS Journal and FEBS Letters with no direct charge. Corresponding authors of articles accepted for publication in either FEBS Letters or The FEBS Journal should click Order Open Access (see here) when prompted to make their article open access with no direct charge.

FEBS is delighted to be able to offer this service to members of ÖGMBT. And of course, all FEBS members and others will benefit from being able to read these articles free of charge immediately on publication. Such ‘transitional’ arrangements move the FEBS Press journals closer to a more open research landscape, fostering a rapid pace of discovery and scientific advancement. At the same time, the long-term future of the journals, and the funds that they provide for FEBS other activities, is secured.

We hope that you will consider submitting your next paper to one of the FEBS journals.

Nominations are invited for the 2022 FEBS | EMBO Women in Science Award.  The deadline is next Friday, 15th October.

Full details can be seen here: https://www.febs.org/news/febs-embo-women-in-science-award-2022-nominate-by-15-october-2021/

Pathogens MDPI

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Cells MDPI

Tuesday, 05 October 2021 07:04

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ÖGMBT congratulates Markus Schosserer!

Monday, 04 October 2021 11:26

Welche Veränderungen durchlebt unser Organismus, während wir altern? Die Biotechnologen Johannes Grillari und Markus Schosserer haben es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, dem gesunden Altwerden auf Zellebene auf die Spur zu gehen. Inzwischen ist es ihnen gelungen, das Leben von Fliegen, Würmern und Hefezellen zu verlängern und gleichzeitig deren Fitness zu steigern. Dies gelang durch Veränderungen an den Ribosomen.
 

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FEMS Affiliates Letter - September 2021

Monday, 04 October 2021 10:07

As member of the ÖGMBT you are automatically also member of the Federation of European Microbiology Societies (FEMS). The FEMS Affiliates Letter of September 2021 has the following content:

 

1. Microbiology News and Events
2. The FEMS Journals
3. Policy Corner
4. Grants Corner
5. Opportunities
6. Extras

 

The FEMS Get involved bulletin is out! Read the September issue with microbiology research, events and calls.

In this bulletin:

  • FEMS Conference on Microbiology
  • International Microorganism Day
  • Microbe Art Competition
  • FEMS Journal News
  • Grants and awards corner, opportunities and other news

 

The ÖGMBT has a very wide international network and is a member of several relevant scientific societies like FEMS. ÖGMBT members are automatically members of these societies and are entitled to benefits such as travel grants, short-term and long-term fellowships, Awards etc. Current calls and deadlines are published on our webpage and are sent to our members within the ÖGMBT newsletter.

 

EUCODIS Bioscience

Thursday, 09 September 2021 11:14

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FEMS Affiliates Letter - August 2021

Thursday, 09 September 2021 10:39

As member of the ÖGMBT you are automatically also member of the Federation of European Microbiology Societies (FEMS). The FEMS Affiliates Letter of August 2021 has the following content:

 

1. Microbiology News and Events
2. The FEMS Journals
3. Policy Corner
4. Grants Corner
5. Opportunities
6. Extras

 

Eucodis

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