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Along with Wiley, our publishing partner, we create textbooks, reference manuals, professional resources and general interest titles in both print and digital formats. Whether you’re a career microbiologist or new to the field, ASM Press books provide resources to enhance every step of your microbial sciences journey. 

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Explore a world of knowledge with ASM Press books. ASM members receive a 20% discount on all ASM titles, including textbooks and e-books by using a member promo code during checkout at wiley.com/ASMbooks. Don't know your promo code? Contact service@asmusa.org. All U.S. residents enjoy $1 shipping.

Microbial Physiology: Unity and Diversity: Experience the fascinating world of microbes with this comprehensive, advanced undergraduate-level textbook.

Clinical Laboratory Management, 3rd Edition: Equip yourself with the newest tools, strategies and insights to excel in the complex and ever-changing world of the clinical laboratory. 

Thinking about Science: Good Science, Bad Science, and How to Make It Better: Embark on a riveting exploration into the world of science, diving headfirst into its triumphs and tribulations.

Manual of Clinical Microbiology (MCM 13): Elevate your laboratory practice to the gold standard with MCM 13, the most authoritative reference in the field of clinical microbiology.

Larone's Medically Important Fungi: A Guide to Identification, 7th Edition: Expand your clinical mycology knowledge with this updated edition that continues the legacy of excellence established by founding author, Davise H. Larone.

Revenge of the Microbes: How Bacterial Resistance is Undermining the Antibiotic Miracle, 2nd Edition: Examine the ever-changing landscape of the antibiotic resistance crisis; appropriate for professional and citizen scientists alike.


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Free Webinars and Podcasts That Bring Our Books to Life!

Meet the Microbiologist Podcast: Good Science, Bad Science and How to Make it Better With Ferric Fang and Arturo Casadevall

Post Date: Feb. 2, 2024

Topic: What is good and bad science? The scientific process has the power to deliver a better world, but when unethically performed it can cause confusion and division. In this episode of Meet the Microbiologist, authors of "Thinking about Science," Arturo Casadevall and Ferric Fang, discuss good science, bad science and how to make it better. 


Also, stay tuned for new webinars coming soon from ASM Press and Wiley! Missed a past webinar? Catch up when you watch the recordings on our YouTube playlist.


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ASM Press Textbooks for Educators

Are you an undergraduate or graduate educator in the microbial sciences? ASM Press’ bestselling textbooks are adopted by educators at top institutions worldwide. Written by educators for educators, our texts are not only accurate and comprehensive, but also enable instructors to engage, excite and teach their students on topics  including microbial genetics, physiology, pathogenesis, biotechnology, virology, oral and food microbiology and more.

We also offer convenient access to digital evaluation copies of our textbooks to help you make an informed decision about which title is right for your course. Request an evaluation copy of the title you’re interested in for your course by clicking the "Digital Evaluation Copy" link on the left side panel of the book's product page.


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