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For the discussion of all aspects of archaeo-metallurgy and the dissemination of data related to all aspects of ancient and historic metallurgy and metal artefacts: the applications of material science to archaeo- metallurgy, and the development of methodologies to the study archaeo-metallurgical debris.

The cds-uk list provides a forum for discussion of topics of interest to users of the EPSRC Chemical Database Service and other interested individuals. Further details about the Service are available at the CDS web site (http://cds.dl.ac.uk/cds).

The Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology in the UK (CSCST-UK)is an academic/professional organisation established in April 1994, which has more than 400 Chinese chemists and chemical Engineers working in UK industrial and academic institutions as its members.

This list is intended for discussion of concrete research and the use of concrete as a structural material.

The list is intended for those with an interest in masonry research and the use of masonry in civil engineering and building construction. It will be useful for researchers- experimental, computational and analytical, structural engineers, architects and manufacturers of masonry products. Sublist of engineering-all

This is the mailing list for the Fluid Dynamics Seminar in the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London.

Larmor precession techniques are a field of neutron scattering that includes neutron spin-echo and Spin-Echo Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SESANS). This list aims to enhance collaboration within the community and provide a mechanism for potential new users to contact those working in the field.

This group is aimed at linking the people working on polymer processing to discuss the problems involved in research and circulating information on conferences, seminars and research progress.

Discussion and announcement list for the user community of the Versatile X-ray Spectroscopy Facility (VXSF) at the University of Leeds, funded by the Sir Henry Royce Institute.