Australian Women's Email Lists for femnist discussion of reproductive and genetic engineering List melwebgrrll is the email list of Melbourne genetic Engineering http://www.nwjc.org.au/womenslists.htm
Extractions: Updated: Australian women focused email lists and web forum The following is a list of Australian women focused email lists and web forum. This list was compiled with the contributions from lots of people over a four week period in April / May '98 and updated in August '99. All verified contributions have been included. This list will be updated as required. If you have additions or corrections please email email@example.com Email lists - Australian
Internet Mailing Lists For Beekeepers (The discussion of genetic theories and allele problems are allowed provided that the discussion is generalised to the person concerned by direct email as they http://www.beedata.com/mailing_lists.htm
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Entomology Index: Mailing Lists 2) data analysis (kinship, genetic variation, population Institution, intended to facilitate discussion and information To join, send email to LISTSERV@SIVM.SI http://www.ent.iastate.edu/list/mailing_lists.html
Extractions: Iowa State Entomology Index: Mailing Lists ACAROLOGY mailing list dedicated to discussion of the Acari (mites and ticks). To subscribe, simply send the message subscribe acarology in the body of your message to LISTSERVER@NHM.AC.UK (if your signature is appended automatically to e-mail messages, type the word end on the last line of your message). ARACHNID The arachnid mailing list. To subscribe, send the message subscribe arachnid "Jane Doe" email@example.com to MAJORDOMO@BGA.COM where Jane Doe is your real name and firstname.lastname@example.org is your e-mail address. The last line of your message should contain the single word end Arachnology for discussion of topics related to arachnids, including arachnological databases. Not for discussion of buying and selling or care and feeding of pet arachnids. To subscribe, send a message with a blank subject and subscribe arachnology in the body of the message to email@example.com ArthEndo The ArthEndo list is for discussions related to arthropod endocrinology - the hormones, neuropeptides, receptors, second messengers, and hormone-responsive genes of insects, crustaceans, arachnids, myriapods and Merostomata; in addition to the natural and synthetic agonists and antagonists of these compounds. You may send messages to: ArthEndo@onelist.com
Links And List Servers List servers; List Servers are email mailing lists individuals who promote critical discussion and debate and ethical impacts of genetic engineering technologies http://www.naturallaw.org.nz/genetics/Links/MoreInfo.asp
Extractions: Suppliers of gmo free soya beans from the UK MAFF web site: http://www.maff.gov.uk/food/novel/soyalist.htm http://www.oneworld.org/guides/index.html - The "One World" guide to GE and what's happenning round the world Natural Law Party of Canada - Campaign against genetic engineering. It contains all of the biotech articles from Alive magazine, as well as articles by John Fagan, by Joe Cummins, and links to other articles and websites. The European story - sponsered by the German Natural Law Party (in English). Contains excellent material on what is happenning in Europe - Reuters reports, the two biggest Swiss Supermarkets have stated they won't accept products made with genetically modifed soya beans - problems with the USA trying to export genetically modified corn etc.
RGDC: Internet Search Tools usually has updated information on most all the recognized genetic diseases Catalist (a catalogue of listserv® lists) find an email discussion group and http://www.med.nyu.edu/rgdc/toolspge.htm
Extractions: T hese Search Engines are particularly useful for locating information on a particular disease, set of diseases, support groups and the like. Gene Cards : a searchable database of concise information on all human genes; will be especially useful for the medical profession. Health Information Resource Database Search : connects health professionals and consumers to organizations able to answer their questions. Internet Grateful Med , a Search Engine of the National Library of Medicine.
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Extractions: I AM INTERESTED TO GET SOME MORE INFORMATION OF THE PUPPIES....WHEN AVAILABLE AND PRICES I think I must have been a little tired and irritable that day. This is how I responded: Is that really all you want to know? Are you sure you don't want to ask what steps have been taken to make sure that the puppies will grow up healthy and free of genetic disease? Are you sure you don't want to ask how the puppies have been socialized? Aren't you curious about the temperament and activity level of the parents? Does it matter to you whether the puppies have the qualities you expect in the breed - or will you be just as happy with a puppy who grows up very different? For example, what if it needs a lot more grooming and exercise than is normal for the breed? Do you care whether the puppy will be accepted back if you can't keep it - or do you accept the idea that of the common idea that once it is sold the breeder washes their hands of it. The dog you get will hopefully be with you for a long time. You deserve a health and sound pet, don't you? And you want to encourage people to breed dogs that will be healthy?
Extractions: ISN Newsletter - http://www.asap.cs.nott.ac.uk/iol/is-network/ January 19, 2004 Newsletter No. 2004-01 Editor: Steven Gustafson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Please send any materials/comments/contributions to the Editor. Contents 1. Welcome 2. ISN Workshops and Events 3. Next ISN PhD Workshop 4. Upcoming PATAT 2004 Conference 5. Special Volume of Annals of Operations Research 6. CEC 2004 Evolutionary Scheduling Session 7. GECCO 2004 Evolutionary Scheduling and Routing Track 8. Smith Institute/SATRA ISN Workshop 9. Email Lists Reminder 10. Call for Resources and Items of Interest 1. Welcome Welcome to the ISN Newsletter. The newsletter is a quarterly email to members of the Inter-disciplinary Scheduling Network, hosted by the ASAP research group at the University of Nottingham. The newsletters are archived and viewable from the ISN web site (http://www.asap.cs.nott.ac.uk/iol/is-network/). Please email anything, including ideas, that you would like to appear in the newsletter. The newsletter is sent to the address email@example.com, which is then forwarded to all members. You can also use this email as a discussion forum for members. 2. ISN Workshops and Events Previous and future ISN workshops and events can be found on the ISN web pages at: http://www.asap.cs.nott.ac.uk/iol/is-network/workshops.shtml Additionally, all the workshop booklets for the series of PhD Workshops can all be found online. 3. Next ISN PhD Workshop on Scheduling We are planning to hold the next EPSRC ISN Phd Student Workshop on Scheduling in the next few months (March/April) in Leeds. Details will be coming soon and will be posted on the ISN web pages. 4. Upcoming PATAT 2004 Conference CALL FOR PAPERS PATAT 2004 The 5th international conference on the Practice And Theory of Automated Timetabling Wednesday, 18th August - Friday, 20th August 2004 Sheraton Hotel Pittsburgh USA Deadlines: Paper/abstract submissions January 26th 2004 Notification April 30th 2004 (at the latest) Conference URL: http://mat.gsia.cmu.edu/PATAT04/ 5. Special Volume of Annals of Operations Research Call for Papers: Special Volume of Annals of Operations Research on "Personnel Scheduling and Planning " Guest Editors: Sanja Petrovic and Greet Vanden Berghe http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/~sqa/CallAnnalsOR.html 6. CEC 2004 Evolutionary Scheduling Session The 2004 Congress on Evolutionary Computation, co-sponsored by the IEEE Neural Networks Society, the Evolutionary Programming Society, and the IEE, will be held in Portland Marriott Downtown, Portland, Oregon, USA, June 19-23, 2004. http://cec2004.org/ The Evolutionary Scheduling Session in CEC 2004 will cover all aspects of evolutionary scheduling and related issues. It hopes to attract a balance of applied and theoretical papers from across the evolutionary computing and meta-heuristic research communities. Typical examples of such problems include rostering, machine scheduling, timetabling, vehicle routing, resource assignment, planning, etc. More information regarding the Evolutionary Scheduling Session is available at http://www.cs.unr.edu/~sushil/cec/. The paper submission schedule is as follows: Submission of papers: 31 January 2004 Notification of acceptance/rejection: 15 February 2004 Camera-ready paper: 1 March 2004 Evolutionary Scheduling Session Co-Organizers: Prof. Edmund K. Burke Dr Kay Chen Tan Dr Graham Kendall 7. GECCO 2004 Evolutionary Scheduling and Routing Track Genetic and Evolutionary Computation COnference (GECCO-2004) June 26-30, 2004 (Saturday-Wednesday), Seattle, Washington, USA A recombination of the 13th International Conference on Genetic Algorithms (ICGA) and the 9th Genetic Programming Conference (GP) http://www.isgec.org/gecco-2004/ Paper Submission Deadline: January 26, 2004 The Evolutionary Scheduling and Routing Track is Chaired by Edmund Burke. 8. Smith Institute/SATRA ISN Workshop Smith Institute/SATRA ISN Workshop: Scheduling within the Footwear and Leather Industry Date: 19th February 2004 Venue: Nottingham Royal Moat House Hotel This workshop will explore the opportunities and problems surrounding the use of automated scheduling systems in the footwear industry. It will include + discussions such as production scheduling, supply chain logistics and related interests such + as stock cutting. More to follow soon. 9. Email Lists Reminder There are two email lists supported by the ISN. The main list firstname.lastname@example.org which contains all the ISN members, details at http://www.asap.cs.nott.ac.uk/iol/is-network/members.shtml The second list is for PhD student members, who attended previous ISN PhD workshops or who are nominated by their advisors, email@example.com where http://www.asap.cs.nott.ac.uk/iol/is-network/phd-members.shtml contains member information. Both lists are available to use by ISN members for discussions, questions, and calls for papers. Please email the editor if your information needs updating. 10. Call for Resources and Items of Interest To assist the ISN community, the newsletter will be assembling a list of online scheduling resources, which will be found on the ISN web page. Please send anything you would like included to the Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) Possible items would be links to research groups, other resource repositories, scheduling data sets, or anything you find relevant to your research that you would like to share with the community. Please send links to email@example.com If there are any items of interest that you would like to see included in future ISN Newsletters (or information provided on the ISN website), please email them to the Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org . Some possible items for future newsletters are: new scheduling books and reviews, useful and new scheduling WWW links, events occurring in the UK concerning scheduling, conference announcements, new funding and grant opportunities within the scheduling community, and research updates by network members. This last item could include member letters, paper abstracts or summaries of recent research results. Regards, Steven Gustafson
Extractions: Bks/Journals TRs Bibs Data ... Neuron Digest Archive At University of Pennsylvania Psychology Department The Connectionists Mailing List Connectionists is a restricted moderated mailing list primarily intended for discussion of technical issues relating to neural computation, and dissemination of information directly relevant to researchers in the field. It is NOT a public digest like AIList or the NEURON digest; membership is restricted to students and faculty members who are actively involved in connectionist research. An unrestricted mailing list which is more appropriate for someone new to the field is the NEURON digest , called "email@example.com". To subscribe, write to " firstname.lastname@example.org ". There is also a USEnet netnews bulletin, called " comp.ai.neural-nets ", which is unrestricted and has a much higher traffic volume. The NEURON digests are routinely posted to that forum. To subscribe, check with your local USEnet gurus. There is an archive of the connectionists mailing list.
SciDev.Net An email list run by GRAIN to circulate information about It is not strictly a discussion forum, but Commission on genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture http://www.scidev.net/dossiers/index.cfm?fuseaction=links&dossier=8&display=all
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Extractions: Search Support Newsletter Additional Resources ... Sex Chromosome Variations EMAIL List Rules All subscribers are welcome to join this list provided they understand and acknowledge that the subject matter must relate to a discussion of family issues. Below is a summary of the rules for the list. List subscribers violating the rules will have their posts rejected and continued abuse may cause the sender to be removed from the list. Please keep posts on topic . The lists focus on issues surrounding XXY and variants. Don't Flame . Flames are angry and hurtful posts. They have no place on a support list and will not be tolerated. See next item. Be Tolerant . It's okay to disagree; it's NOT okay to attack other members personally. Be polite even when you're angry. If you're too angry to be polite, don't post, or send private e-mail instead. Don't Discuss Politics or Religion . Discussion on these topics always seem to generate more "heat than light". There are plenty of other email discussion groups out on the net for these topicssubscribe to one of those. Don't Advertise . Don't advertise your product, your service, or your organization. (Yes, we know you free email folkslike Juno and HotMailcan't get around your emails having a Juno or HotMail footer. That's ok..)