The (plant) Environmental Physiology Group is part of the British Ecological Society and The Society for Experimental Biology. This list is open to anyone worldwide and aims to promote research discussion and to distribute information such as conference details and employment opportunities. (Description courtesy of Mailbase).
Forum for discussion and questions on extracellular and intracellular signalling mechanisms in neuronal and non-neuronal cells, and their physiological importance; molecular biology; protein chemistry studies. Seminar announcements for the London area may also be posted to this list. (Description courtesy of Mailbase).
A discussion group on nasal research; nasal- physiology, pharmacology, disease, common cold, hayfever, nasal surgery, nasal measurements such as rhinomanometry and acoustic rhinometry, mainly oriented towards human research but to include relevant animal research. (Description courtesy of Mailbase).
The Physiology list has been set up to focus discussion relating to all aspects of physiology teaching and research. Special emphasis will be placed upon encouraging collaboration and new education and research initiatives between Physiology Departments. (Description courtesy of Mailbase).
This list is intended for scientists and clinicians interested in all aspects of the anatomy, and physiology of the pupil. The list is intended to host general discussions, conference and meeting information, discussion of methods, models, apparatus etc. (Description courtesy of Mailbase).
A discussion list for microbiologists with an interest in microbial physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology. Aimed mainly at UK based researchers who are members of the Society for General Microbiology. (Description courtesy of Mailbase).
SPORT-MED is an email list covering all aspects of sports medicine including exercise physiology, nutrition, injury rehabilitation, the use of performance enhancing substances, and the impact of disease on work output. The list is run by Mailbase; owner is based at the National Sports Medicine Institute in London.