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From att!K.ERGO.CS.CMU.EDU!Timothy.Freeman Mon Aug 20 18:02:53 1990
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Subject: CRYONICS -- Electronic Fact Forums, in search of opponents
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Does anyone know a good way to find lots of real biologists who use
electronic mail?  If we could be sure that they were mostly
cryobiologists, that would be even better.

There is a biology netnews group, but the conversations there don't
lead me to believe that any real biologists post to it.


[ I just checked the newsgroups available here and noticed that in addition
  to the sci.bio.* groups we also have access to the bionet.*.* groups.
  The bionet folks seem to be professional molecular biologists, but not
  cryobiologists.  I did notice a newsgroup with the intriguing name
  bionet.molbio.ageing, which I will watch for any new messages. - KQB ]

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