NAME: WSN _ Water Science Network.
Description: WSN is created to facilitate communication between ex-
perimental and theoretical scientists with different backgrounds,
whose research interests are related to: water structure and hydro-
gen bond network, thermodynamic and kinetic properties of water,
phase transitions in water, hydrophobic effects, hydration forces, wa-
ter around solutes and water at interfaces, hydration of biomolecules,
water in membranes, water in cell, experimental techniques for
studying water properties, computer simulations of water Postings
to WSN contain: discussions of new ideas and developments in re-
lated fields, questions and answers about particular problems, biblio-
graphic information on current and forthcoming books and articles,
information on funding sources, meeting announcements, position
announcements, product and service announcements.
Subjects: water science, i.e. chemical physics, molecular physics, com-
putational chemistry, physical chemistry, structural chemistry, cell
biology, molecular biology, etc.
Editor: Iosif Vaisman, Laboratory for Molecular Modeling, School of
Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill,
NC 27599-7360, USA. PH: (919) 966-7821. FX: (919) 966-6919.
EM: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
To Subscribe: Send message: subscribe water Firstname Lastname
to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Unsubscribe: Send message: unsubscribe water to the address:
To Post: Send message to: email@example.com. Only sub-
scribers may post.
Comments: No restrictions on subscribing, 480 subscribers, 15-20 mes-
Archives: Available from LISTSERV ( send a message with a single line:
index water to firstname.lastname@example.org and then use GET command. Ftp,
Gopher, and WWW access under development.