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The Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine links together clinical, academic and scientific staff in the field of diagnostic testing. This list is dedicated to the advancement of the detection of acute kidney injury (AKI). Once the AKI warning algorithm has been established, the data generated by health organisations using the algorithm will be used for outcome based research on acute kidney injury. The list will serve both health service personnel involved in testing and managing patients with AKI and academic units conducting outcome based AKI research.

This email list will support the EPSRC Network+ in AI 4 Scientific Discovery www.ai4science.network

List dedicated to UK AMOR (atomic molecular optical R-matrix) high end computing consortium

Exists to promote discussion in the area of astrochemistry, and in particular to encourage collaboration between astronomers and chemists/physicists. Also serves to facilitate the distribution of information on research funding, PhD, postdoctoral and academic positions, and scientific meetings. The Astrophysical Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry is affiliated to the Royal Astronomical Society. Meetings organised by the group will be advertised via this list, as well as at the Group's website, http://www.astrochemistry.org.uk/ New members are always welcome, and instructions for joining can be found on the website. Managed by the Astrophysical Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Royal Astronomical Society.

For all researchers working on chemical, typological, archaeological and historical research into the past production and consumption of glass.

The AvH-UK mailing list is used to distribute information to those interested in the activities of the Alexander von Humboldt Association and to support former, current and potential Humboldt and Feodor-Lynen Fellows.

This is the newsgroup of the British Biophysical Society. The newsgroup email circulates matters of general interest to the Biophysics community in the UK, including conferences, awards, and items in the news. <HTML> This is the newsgroup of the British Biophysical Society. The newsgroup email circulates matters of general interest to the Biophysics community in the UK, including conferences, awards and items in the news. </HTML>

This list is to promote networking, knowledge exchange and discussion amongst biomonitoring practitioners (both human and wildlife) and those interested in the application and interpretation of data for policy and interventions.

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)

This list is for academic-licensed users of the CASTEP plane-wave DFT ab-initio modelling code. Discussions and queries on usage, tips, tools and enhancements are all welcome.

The Context-Based-Learning (CBL) mailing list is used to discuss and develop ways of renewing and improving the teaching of Physical Sciences in UK Higher Education. The CBL approach uses contexts, storylines and case-studies to present science to students in a way that facilitates learning and increases motivation. Sublist of physsci-education

The list is used to make announcements to the community supported by the Collaborative Computational Project for NMR Crystallography (CCP-NC).

For the discussion of science and software related to the field of NMR Crystallography

Mailing list for users and developers of CCP4mg. For the discussion of features, bugs, and usage of the software.

This list is for users of the FESetup tool for setting up molecular dynamics simulations.

This is a list to notify members of the CCP CompMedChem community about new events or matters they should be interested in.

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).

Discussion list for the Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology, UK. Its members are mainly UK university students and staff who are Chinese, from China, or speak Chinese. Topics will include chemistry, chemical engineering and related subjects.

A discussion list concerned with all educational aspects, set up for UK academics involved in teaching chemistry, particularly at the higher education level. Sublist of physsci-education

An e-mail list to discuss and organize meeting for the Chemistry Working Group for the FAAM BAe146

Description: Variety 2013 indicated that there was considerable interest in the use of chemical concept inventories to quantitatively assess the impact of teaching innovations. This list aims to keep and grow that group.

Announcements relating to the ChemShell computational chemistry software. This is a low traffic list for news including releases and training.

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 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.

DL_POLY is a leading molecular dynamics package in UK developed at Daresbury Laboratory since 1992 to meet the needs of the UK's Computational Community Project 5 (CCP5). First releases in 1993 it has progressed to version 4.09 serving a large community of academic and industrial researchers. This mailing list is not a replacement for your own work, nor is it a replacement for your supervisor's work. This mailing list is a voluntary endeavour: nobody is entitled to an answer, even less to an immediate answer.

This list has been retained 01/03/2021 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list This list is for staff and students of the Beltane Public Engagement Network interested in Science, Medicine, Maths and Engineering wishing to receive information from both the general Edinburgh Beltane mails about public engagement and additional public engagement related information specifically relevant to STEM Communication.

The list is a discussion forum and information exchange network concerning all areas of environmental chemistry, geochemistry and biogeochemistry, including the chemistry of terrestrial & marine aquatic environments, soil & sedimentary systems and the atmosphere.

The GCEbb mailing list is for discussions to promote the successful use of genetic code expansion (GCE) technologies in research and teaching.

Scientific meeting announcements in (Bio)Inorganic Chemistry, following up on ECOSTBio COST Action (CM1305), which include conferences, workshops, summer schools, etc. <HTML> Scientific meeting announcements in (Bio)Inorganic Chemistry, following up on ECOSTBio COST Action (CM1305), which include conferences, workshops, summer schools, etc. </HTML>

Job announcements in Inorganic Chemistry, following up on ECOSTBio COST Action (CM1305) <HTML> Job announcements in Inorganic Chemistry, following up on ECOSTBio COST Action (CM1305) </HTML>

This list is designed to be a forum for Inorganic Chemists to discuss and exchange information on research and teaching interests and concerns. It will also allow for easy and effective notification of forthcoming conferences and vacant faculty, post-doc and studentship positions.

Labastro is an initiative of ASTRONET to coordinate physical, chemical and astronomical work in the field of experimental and theoretical laboratory astrophysics.

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 is a CCP4-related list. However, the readership is restricted to those interested in the development of new software for the generation and manipulation of molecular descriptions (of ligands, typically bound to proteins).

A mailing list for lightsource communicators, to exchange good practice on communicating synchrotron science.

Support and news mailing list for Magres View, the CCP-NC software for visualisation of computed NMR data.

This list is the electronic information point for the Mineral Physics Group of The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland. The list is also a forum open to all scientists interested in mineral physics.

The list will provide a forum for discussions, queries, help requests for researchers using Keith Refson's molecular-dynamics computer simulation package, Moldy.

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.

The Noble Gas Geochemistry Network is used for the exchange of information on noble gas measurements for Earth Sciences in the UK

This list aims to promote the exchange of news, views and information between anyone with an interest in organic geochemistry.

The aim of this list to provide academic pharmacists and other academics engaged in teaching in Pharmacy with a forum for discussion on pedagogic issues in Pharmacy Education

This list is primarily set up for teachers of the physical sciences UK in higher education. The physical sciences covered include chemistry, physics, astronomy and forensic science. The list is intended to be used for discussion of all topics relating to the teaching of the physical sciences.

Pride in STEM is a charitable trust run by an independent group of LGBT+ scientists & engineers from around the world. Proud of who we are and what we do. We aim to showcase and support all LGBT+ people in STEM fields.

For discussions around development of a national data infrastructure for physical science.

This is a list for a NERC Consortium Project call RONOCO. The project looks at meausrements of night time chemistry. The list is for dissemination of project information

News of laboratory improvement activities and events in HE from the S-Lab (Safe, Successful and Sustainable Labs) initiative

This list has been retained 08/10/2021 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list A forum for discussing and sharing plans, ideas and resources to improve science and interdisciplinary STEM education across the UK, improving information sharing, reducing duplication of effort, and enhancing collaboration. It is aimed at professional development providers, teacher trainers, and those working to improve delivery, policy, research and resources in science and STEM education. Members can post conferences, resources, job adverts, ask questions, identify others working on similar projects etc.

To enable discussion of Omicron Scanning Probe Microscopy instruments and software.

This group provides an announcement and communication channel for practitioners from the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics disciplines who are undertaking, or seeking to undertake, discipline based pedagogic research in higher education.

List for researchers interested in unconventional and natural computation. #For those either based in Wales, or with links to research based in Wales.

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.

List for discussion of all aspects of implementation, support and use of X-ray diffraction instrumentation and software for processing data produced from these instruments.