Contributions wanted for the fourth CCP11 newsletter [UK only]

Mark Faller mgf at dl.ac.uk
Fri Feb 20 06:09:58 EST 1998


Hi,


Originally the CCP11 project was set up to discuss the role of
bioinformatics in the scientific community and to establish a community
within bioinformatic groups throughout the UK. As a CCP project one of
its roles is a newsletter to increase the discusion within the
bioinformatics community and to keep people in touch.

The newsletter is published quaterly as an electronic document and is
available over the internet as a WWW document. The areas covered in each
newlettter are decided by which articles are sent to me to be published.
It is hoped the articles will then lead to further discussions on the
CCP11 bulletin board.

This will be our fourth publication of the CCP11 newsletter. The
previous editions of the newsletter can be found at:

http://www.dl.ac.uk/CCP/CCP11/newsletter/index.html

If you would like to contribute to our next publication please send your
article as an electronic document to me (email address at bottom). As
the newsletter will be published on the internet your article should be
sent in a html format. This will allow you to add your own formatting
and any hyperlinks to other documents.

The closing date for articles is the 23 March 1998.


Mark.

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