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Water Science Network - new discussion list

Water Science Network Administrator wsn-adm at mmlds1.pha.unc.edu
Thu Feb 10 19:06:21 EST 1994

                       Water Science Network (WSN) :
      Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water and Aqueous Systems

WSN is an interdisciplinary forum for scientists interested in physical
and chemical properties of water and aqueous solutions, and in the role
water plays in biological systems.

WSN is created to facilitate communication between experimental and
theoretical scienists with different bacgrounds, whose research interests
are related to:
 * water structure and hydrogen bond network
 * thermodynamic and kinetic properties of water
 * phase transitions in water
 * hydrophobic effects
 * hydration forces
 * water around solutes and water at interfaces
 * hydration of biomolecules
 * water in membranes
 * water in cell
 * experimental techniques for studying water properties 
 * computer simulations of water

Postings to the WSN would contain:
 * discussions of new ideas and developments in related fields
 * questions and answers about particular problems
 * bibliographic information on current and forthcoming books and articles
 * information on funding sources
 * meeting announcements
 * position announcements
 * product and service announcements

To subscribe to the WSN, send to listserv at gibbs.oit.unc.edu a one-line
 subscribe water Your Name
Your e-mail address will be recorded from the header of your message, so 
all WSN postings would be send to the account where the subscription 
request came from.

Contributions sent to the WSN are automatically archived. Archives would
be available for search using various network information search tools.

Please feel free to forward this announcement to all interested parties.

WSN coordinator:
Iosif Vaisman (wsn-adm at mmlds1.pha.unc.edu or vaisman at gibbs.oit.unc.edu)
Laboratory for Molecular Modeling
School of Pharmacy
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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