Welcome to NSM
The Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM) is a professional, scientific and non-governmental organization founded in 1972 and registered in Nigeria under the Land perpetual Act cap 98. The society engenders the efficient practice and application of the knowledge of Microbiology in the area of health, agriculture, petroleum, pharmaceutical, chemicals/food processing industries, among others. Its operation is extended into water treatment and environmental protection processes. Microbiology is one of the major tools for biotechnological research and application towards improving the welfare of mankind. Indeed, the society maintains unity, mutual respect and understanding among its members as well as members of other professional bodies. The society has over 1000 members domiciled in various academic institutions, organizations and industries.
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I signed a microbiological pact
That facts may appeal, my act!
So, fun with facts here mingles
Even so as poems and jingles.
I do so now, above all, to inspire
I do so to instill in you the desire.
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