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An e-mail list for anyone working in the field of ancient DNA of any species and any time period.

This list is for communicating information about the activities of the Anglo-Russian Research Network.

A list to encourage and improve the communication between geneticists involved in research related to the genetic improvement and management of farmed or exploited aquatic organisms.

ArabUk is a UK Arabidopsis news and discussion forum, for disseminating and sharing information relating to the UK Arabidopsis and wider Plant Science Research Community. ArabUK provides a mechanism for UK Arabidopsis researchers to communicate with other researchers within the UK or with those individuals that have an interest in Arabidopsis research. The mail list is also used for mailings relating to GARNet (Genomic Arabidopsis Resource Network) http://www.garnetcommunity.org.uk/

List for everyone involved with or interested in the CGAT project.

A list to allow people to contact the CGAT project administrators.

This list is used to share updates on the software tool CIAlign, used to clean, interpret and visualise multiple sequence alignments.

Mailing list to promote networking between attendees of 2018 CRUK Bioinformatics summer school

The Ecological Genetics Group meets annually every Easter to discuss their research into all aspects of genetical ecology and evolution. This list will enable researchers in the field to maintain contact throughout the rest of the year to discuss their ideas, problems and results.

This list is for announcements regarding new releases and important papers regarding fineSTRUCTURE and ChromoPainter software packages.

This list is for discussion, help, bugfix announcements and notifying of related papers regarding fineSTRUCTURE and ChromoPainter software packages.

UK academics working on the 100K Genomes Project, Implementation Partnership Group on 'Patient involvement and experience'.

This list will be used by the Genetics and Medicine Historical Network (GenMedHist) to make announcements, publicise events and projects, and encourage communication and discussion among those engaged in the preservation, analysis, and study of the history of medical genetics.

The list server for the International Haloferax volcanii Consortium. This is the forum for discussion of H. volcanii biology and techniques for its manipulation.

BioMaths Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Higher Education Academy

The list is used by the International Society for Biomolecular Archaeology (ISBA) to make announcements of upcoming events, jobs openings, opportunities, and share relevant updates of the society to the research community. Website: www.isbarch.org.

The email group will permit secure communication between members of the NORNEX BBSRC consortium, to organise meetings, share information, coordinate reports, and plan research.

This mailing list will be used mostly to advertise seminar organized within our Department. The aim is to allow researchers to manage their subscriptions individually. Members from other departments and other universities (e.g. visiting professors) will obviously be welcome to subscribe if interested.

The OXSTATGEN list exists to support users of programs developed in Oxford for carrying out statistical analysis of genetic data. Programs currently supported are IMPUTE, SHAPEIT, SNPTEST, SDA, SBAT, PHENIX, BGENIE, MVNCALL, MULTIMIX, GENECLUSTER, HAPGEN, GTOOL, META, QCTOOL and CHIAMO.

The peals mailing list is used to notify academics and members of the public about events run by the Newcastle-based Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences Research Institute on the social and ethical aspects of genetics and the life sciences.

This email list could serve as a designated contact platform to exchange some ideas and information about sea pens, as well as any taxa that may be relevant to the researchers part of this email list. Everybody is welcome!

The STATGEN list is intended to facilitate the exchange of information, ideas and expertise between researchers interested in statistical aspects of genetics. www.stats.gla.ac.uk/~paulj/statgen.html

Information about Drosophila suzukii research in the UK

To discuss UK involvement in Euro-BioImaging. The project Euro-BioImaging is a pan-European research infrastructure project which is part of the ESFRI process http://cordis.europa.eu/esfri. The aim of Euro-BioImaging is to provide access to imaging technologies across the full scale of biological and medical applications, from molecule to patient. EuroBioImaging will address the imaging requirements of both basic and medical imaging communities by creating nodes in many ESFRI member states that will deploy imaging infrastructure in a coordinated and harmonised manner and thus address the fragmentation of such efforts currently present in Europe. The project is coordinated by Jan Ellenberg, who is also scientific coordinator for the advanced light microscopy parts of Euro-BioImaging, and Gabriel Krestin who is the scientific coordinator for all parts concerning medical imaging. Since early summer 2009, Antje Keppler is project manager of EuroBioImaging

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