ammended charter for bionet.molbio.evolution

Jerry Learn learn at u.washington.edu
Fri Sep 26 12:47:31 EST 1997


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Information for MOLECULAR-EVOLUTION/bionet.molbio.evolution (moderated)

USENET newsgroup name:  bionet.molbio.evolution

Status:     Moderated

One line Description:   Discussions about research in molecular evolution.

Moderation address:  mol-evol-moderator at net.bio.net
(bionet-molbio-evolution at net.bio.net is an alias for
mol-evol-moderator at net.bio.net)

Co-moderators:    Jerry Learn and James McInerney

Mailing list name:   MOLECULAR-EVOLUTION

E-mail addresses:    mol-evol at net.bio.net mol-evol at daresbury.ac.uk

Newsgroup character:    Bionet.molbio.evolution is a forum for scientific
discussions and a source of information for the community of biologists
interested in the study of the processes of how genes and proteins have evolved.

Functions of the newsgroup:

The newsgroup will facilitate rapid communication among research scientists,
educators and other individuals interested in the study of molecular evolution.




Finally, the newsgroup will serve as a bulletin board for announcements of
meetings, conferences, job opportunities, and funding sources of interest to
biologists studying molecular evolution.

Subscribers are welcome from universities or any academic institutions,
government agencies, hospitals and other medical institutions, and industrial or
commercial organizations. Contributions within the functions outlined above are
encouraged.

Moderation Policy:

Mass-posted commercial messages, chain letters, and similar postings not germane
to amphibians or urodeles will be deleted without comment. Inappropriate
messages
posted in good faith will be returned to the sender.  Messages not strictly
within the charter but likely to be of interest to many subscribers (e.g.,
messages dealing with Caecilians) will be accepted.


Jerry Learn, Research Associate, University of Washington Dept. of Microbiology

James McInerney, Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Zoology, The Natural
History Museum, London




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