This list is an open discussion list for the academic community working in clinical biochemistry. It is run under the auspices of the Association of Clinical Biochemists - the learned society of the profession - supporting its educational, scientific and research interests in the UK.
This discussion list is for the Clinical Practice working group of the Association for Clinical Biochemistry - the learned society of the profession which supports the educational, scientific and research interests of clinical biochemists and chemical pathologists in the UK.
This list is an closed discussion list for the Education Committee of the Association of Clinical Biochemists - the learned society of the profession which supports the educational, scientific and research interestsof clinical biochemists and chemical pathologists in the UK.
This list is a closed list to facilitate communication between the Heads of Academic Departments of Clinical Biochemistry in the UK.
This discussion list is for the IT working group of the Association of Clinical Biochemists - the learned society of the profession which supports the educational, scientific and research interests of clinical biochemists and chemical pathologists in the UK.
This is a friendly, informal, discussion mailing list, restricted to trainees working in Clinical Sciences. It provides a platform for trainees to share ideas, resources and opinions, ask questions and offer advice, within the trainee fold. The list is managed by the Association of Clinical Biochemistry Trainees' Committee. Non-ACB members are welcome to join the list, provided they can confirm their trainee status. It is still recommended that trainees sign up to the regular version of the ACB Mailbase (ACB-CLIN-CHEM-GEN) as a way of keeping up to date with current issues in the world of Clinical Biochemistry and other pathology disciplines, even if they do not actively participate in the discussions.
This list is for discussion between and among stake holders and team members of the ANSWER project.
This is a discussion forum for people interested in the application of stable isotope analysis to archaeological material. It can be used to share information, ask questions and make announcements that may be of interest to list members.
The azara-ansig mailing list is used for the discussion of the software packages Azara and Ansig.
News from BBSRC - the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.
This list is for all parties interested in organising events to promote crystallography as part of the Bragg centenary celebrations (2013) and international year of crystallography (2014)
Mailing list for users and developers of CCP4mg. For the discussion of features, bugs, and usage of the software.
The ccpnmr mailing list is used for the discussion of the CcpNmr software packages.
This list is used by CeLLS Project members to keep in-touch with the CeLLS community in colleges and universities
This list acts as a mail-base for the Clinical and Forensic Special Interest Group (SIG) of the British Mass Spectrometry Society. It will act as a public forum not only to network with peers, but also to discuss current developments in the field and to announce forthcoming conferences, meetings and training courses that are relevant to the realm of clinical and forensic mass spectrometry.
This list is for users and developers of COOT (Crystallographic Obeject-Oriented Tool-kit) to discuss the use and further development of COOT.
The list server for the International Haloferax volcanii Consortium. This is the forum for discussion of H. volcanii biology and techniques for its manipulation.
Higher Education Academy: Discussions in the Biological Sciences community
The list's purpose is to distribute information and research announcements to members of the virtual Institute of Nanotechnology and Bioengineering at UCLan.
Discussion group for the UK Non-Crystalline Diffraction synchrotron radiation user community.
This list is meant to be used for general discussions about nuclear magnetic resonance.
This email list will serve as a central contact point for the newly set up Special Interest Group of the British Ecological Society, called 'Plants, Soils, Ecosystems'. We will use the list to distribute details on relevant upcoming events, circulate job opportunities, and to discuss recent developments in the field of plant-soil interactions and ecosystem ecology.
This list is created for the network of Chinese researchers in the UK who are doing health and life sciences' research
The Circadian clock club runs a twice-yearly workshop on biological rhythms. The list is used to organise and publicise the workshops and other meetings. Further information may be available at www.clockclub.co.uk
The working group and list aim to address how stable isotope analysis can be used to answer zooarchaeological questions, and foster discussion across disciplines on this topic.