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1. General Guidelines For Posting In sci.bio.food-science




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This article is from the Food Science FAQ, bypking123@sympatico.ca (Paul E. J. King) with numerous contributions by others.

1. General Guidelines For Posting In sci.bio.food-science

The goals of this newsgroup are:

1. To discuss topics and issues related to food chemistry,
food microbiology, food engineering/processing, food biotechnology,
dairy science, agriculture, fermentation, nutrition, toxicology,
agribusiness, sensory science, and food safety.

2. To share experimental methods and improved teaching
techniques.

3. To announce job vacancies for food science and technology
professionals in all relevant fields.

4. To provide an opportunity for food science and technology
professionals to post resumes of up to 500 words.

5. To make available, and answer questions about, abstracts
of papers for publication or presentations.

6. To announce professional meetings, conferences, courses,
events, etc., world wide

7. To discuss general areas of interest inside food science
and technology.

8. Postings are welcome from food science and technology
professionals, as well as from any others seeking advice or
information on these subjects. No posting may offer for sale or hire,
or request payment for, goods, services or information

Please make sure that your post is related to the above goals
of the newsgroup. There are lots of other food related newsgroups and
some of them may be better for your post. Some of these groups are:

sci.med.nutrition, rec.food.preserving, rec.food.cooking,
rec.food.recipes, alt.food.wine, alt.food.fat-free,
rec.food-veg, rec.food.veg.cooking, alt.support.diet

 

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