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* [http://syntheticbiology.org/mailman/listinfo/announce announce] -- [http://syntheticbiology.org/pipermail/announce/ (archive)]
* [http://syntheticbiology.org/mailman/listinfo/announce announce] -- [http://syntheticbiology.org/pipermail/announce/ (archive)]
** low-traffic, moderated list with information about conferences or other events relevant to synthetic biology
** low-traffic, moderated list with information about conferences or other events relevant to synthetic biology
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** Everyone is welcome to send relevant messages (e.g. a new synthetic biology journal) to the list, but the message will need to be approved by a moderator.
* [http://syntheticbiology.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss discuss] -- [http://syntheticbiology.org/pipermail/discuss/ (archive)]
* [http://syntheticbiology.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss discuss] -- [http://syntheticbiology.org/pipermail/discuss/ (archive)]
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** unmoderated, discussion mailing list about anything related to synthetic biology
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** unmoderated, discussion mailing list about any issues related to synthetic biology
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For those near MIT (either physically or in spirit) and would like to be on the MIT synthbio mailing list (usually announcing seminars near MIT), add/remove yourself [https://ca.mit.edu/moira/index.jhtml here].
For those near MIT (either physically or in spirit) and would like to be on the MIT synthbio mailing list (usually announcing seminars near MIT), add/remove yourself [https://ca.mit.edu/moira/index.jhtml here].

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To foster interaction among researchers in the area of synthetic biology, we've created the following generally available mailing lists.

All mailing lists exist @syntheticbiology.org. Anyone can subscribe or unsubscribe themselves at any time by following the links below. The archives for the lists are also available online.

  • announce -- (archive)
    • low-traffic, moderated list with information about conferences or other events relevant to synthetic biology
    • Everyone is welcome to send relevant messages (e.g. a new synthetic biology journal) to the list, but the message will need to be approved by a moderator.
  • discuss -- (archive)
    • unmoderated, discussion mailing list about any issues related to synthetic biology

For those near MIT (either physically or in spirit) and would like to be on the MIT synthbio mailing list (usually announcing seminars near MIT), add/remove yourself here.

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