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Syndicate: Ars Electronica 99 Net Symposium 'Life Science'


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Ars Electronica 99
Life Science 4.-9.9.99
Linz, Austria
http://www.aec.at/lifescience

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Ars Electronica 99 - Net Symposium
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Once again, Ars Electronica is hosting a net-symposium as an introduction
and complement to this year's Festival symposium which will focus on the
subject of Life Science and will be held on September 5 and 6, 1999 in Linz,
Austria.
Once again, Ars Electronica is hosting a net-symposium as an introduction
and complement to this year's Festival symposium which will focus on the
subject of Life Science and will be held on September 5 and 6, 1999 in Linz,
Austria.

The net-symposium consists of a mailing list which starts today, April 20,
1999 and is moderated by Dr. Birgit Richard, professor of New Media at
Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universitaet in Frankfurt. It also features an online
magazine on the Life Science site conceived by Oliver Frommel.

You are invited to subscribe to the mailing list by sending mail to
majordomo@aec.at with the line
"subscribe lifescience-en your.email@domain.com" for the English language
version. For the German language version write
"subscribe lifescience-dt your.email@domain.com" to majordomo@aec.at.

You may also use an online form to subscribe to the mailing list
(http://www.aec.at/lifescience/magazine/subscribe.html).

For your convenience, you may send all contributions - German and English -
to lifescience@aec.at. Please send a short introduction of yourself to the
moderator of the list (to lifescience@aec.at) describing your areas of
interest (in connection with Life Science) and some biographical notes.

Over the course of the net-symposium, we will make the best submissions to
the mailing list available as permanent resources in the magazine.


LIFESCIENCE on the web: http://www.aec.at/lifescience


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