• Intestinal tract with associated microbes

    In this joint collection, Nature Microbiology and Nature Communications invite submission of research articles spanning the topic of microbiome and nutrition.

    Open for submissions
  • Silhouettes of people and speech bubbles in different colours

    Nature Microbiology presents a Series of Journal Club articles, written by underrepresented author groups, that highlight past and present scientific advances in all areas of microbiology.

  • Microbe filled sun rises over a desert and the Burj Khalifa

    To mark the 28th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) being held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, this focus issue highlights different aspects of microbes and climate, including the spread and emergence of infectious diseases, how microbial interactions are modulated by the environment and the urgent need to recognize microbes in climate discussions.

  • nature awards microbiome accelerator logo over an orange swirl

    The Accelerator will identify microbiome research with the potential to transform human health outcomes. Four carefully chosen applicants will be awarded $10,000 and gain entry to our immersive residential programme that provides the training/mentorship, and connections to translate groundbreaking research for maximum impact. Deadline for applications is 24 June 2024.

Nature Microbiology is a Transformative Journal; authors can publish using the traditional publishing route OR via immediate gold Open Access.

Our Open Access option complies with funder and institutional requirements.


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