Article Submission Guidelines

We are always seeking fresh and interesting educational articles in any area of microbiology that would be helpful to those visiting our web site. Articles about microbes traditionally grouped under the heading of microbiology would be acceptable. If you, your organization or web site have related articles, consider sharing your contents' links as a chance to expand your exposure among our visitors.


Content links to articles on general topics and issues relating to microbiology are welcomed. Subject areas may include, but is not limited to:


  • Career Development
  • Environmental Microbiology
  • Food Microbiology
  • Industrial Microbiology
  • Medical Microbiology
  • Microbiology Education
  • Microbiology Employment
  • Policy


We like to see articles with a minimum of three paragraphs. Generally, articles average 5 to 6 paragraphs. For some suggestions on writing informative and interesting articles, checkout this page.


Who is eligible to send articles?


We welcome link contributions with original content from individuals or organization involved in any aspect of Microbiology. You can submit once, or become a regular contributor, or just submit articles whenever you have material ready.


What we are looking for?


  • Informative articles, summaries, or reviews on subjects, topics, or issues relating to microbiology.
  • New findings, ideas for potentially new directions in microbiology.
  • Advice, recommendations, and suggestions for new career directions in microbiology whether for students just entering microbiology or individuals with advanced degrees.
  • In general, any information or observations that might be helpful and informative to our readers and the general public would be considered.


What we do NOT want:


  • Articles from commercial news media organizations / companies.
  • Articles endorsing commercial products, services or companies.
  • Articles that encourage or contains bigotry, prejuidice, or hatred towards any group(s) of people or organizations.


What authors get in return:


  • Exposure for you and/or your organization.
  • Giving others a helping hand.
  • Promote Microbiology.


What gets:


  • Fresh content for our visitors.
  • Opportunity to promote Microbiology.


Submissions are reviewed within four weeks and if accepted will appear in the appropriate articles sections. reserves the right to reject any article link submissions that are deemed inappropriate or irrelevant.



Please feel free to contact us for any questions concerning articles.