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BIOSCI is a group of electronic communication forums - the bionet USENET newsgroups and parallel e-mail lists - are used by biological scientists worldwide.
BIOSCI promotes communication between professionals in the biological sciences, and all postings to the newsgroups should be made in that spirit. While the general public may "listen in" to discussions, these newsgroups are intended primarily for communications between researchers.
The 21CFRpart11.com Discussion Mail List is a dynamic problem solving forum for industry professionals and vendors to freely exchange their ideas on issues relating to 21 CFR Part 11.
The PharmWeb Discussion Forum is a collection of sponsored discussion groups and mailing lists specialising in specific aspects of medicine, pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences and health-related issues.
Pharmaceutical Sci-Tech Discussion Group
Regulatory Affairs Discussion Group
Computer/Software Development and Validation Discussion Group
Process Technology Discussion Group
The Validation Home Page Forum, a discussion group dedicated exclusively to validation issues. (Currently not available)
Dissolution Discussion Group is one of the most dynamic dissolution discussion on the Net. Discuss dissolution testing, automation, autosampling, chemical and mechanical calibration, equipment, accessories, methods, analysis, calculation, regulation, guidelines and resources in this forum.
The Microbiology Network serves as a communication resource for the microbiologist. The objective of this service is to encourage communication within the microbiology and biotechnology community. This is accomplished by active promotion of microbiology related user groups on the WWW, mail lists, forums, and file libraries. There is also a strong area of interest in regulatory microbiology within the pharmaceutical, food, and personal care industries.
ComputerValidation.com provides comprehensive computer validation information on the internet. The world of computer validation is dynamic due to the continuous advances in technology, regulation, and business needs.
LabCompliance Forum is a public discussion group where you can post questions, news, or messages of interest to peers everywhere. Highlighted topics are equipment and computer validation, method validation, electronic signatures/records and other compliance issues.