BIOSCI Newsgroups - Changes

Dave Kristofferson kristoff at net.bio.net
Tue Mar 1 04:00:03 EST 1994


It's been a busy month!

Many software upgrades and fixes at the BIOSCI node at net.bio.net.

WAIS server there now runs Don Gilbert's modification of WAIS which
supports Boolean and other queries.

Four new BIOSCI newsgroups have been created:

PROTISTA/bionet.protista: research discussions on ciliates and other
                          protists. 

PARASITOLOGY/bionet.parasitology: research discussions in parasitology

BIOPHYSICS/bionet.biophysics: Discussion of issues related to the
                              science and profession of biophysics

CYTONET/bionet.cellbiol.cytonet: Discussions about research on the
                                 cytoskeleton, plasma membrane, and
                                 cell wall


Please see the BIOSCI info sheet in a following message for details.


Three new BIOSCI prototype newsgroups have been established:

biocan at net.bio.net      An unmoderated forum established by the
                          Canadian Federation of Biological Societies
                          (CFBS) to serve as a multidisciplinary forum
                          for the exchange of information within the
                          Canadian biological and biomedical science
                          community.

grasses at net.bio.net     Scientific discussions/questions regarding
                          grasses, especially cereal, forage, and turf
                          species.

nmr-str at net.bio.net     A forum for all those interested in studying
                          three dimensional structure of
                          macromolecules using Nuclear Magnetic
                          Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR).


The pep-libs at net.bio.net prototype newsgroup was discontinued after
failing to pass a vote of the readership.

Please see the section on prototype newsgroups near
the ends of the BIOSCI information sheet for details.

				Sincerely,

				Dave Kristofferson
				BIOSCI/bionet Manager




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