Darwin-L Message Log 1:16 (September 1993)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<1:16>From UGG00031@vm.uoguelph.ca  Sun Sep  5 15:43:53 1993

Date: Sun, 05 Sep 93 16:44:45 EST
From: Bruce Trieselmann <UGG00031@vm.uoguelph.ca>
Subject: Intro.
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu

Hello, all.  I'm a Ph.D. student of molecular biology and genetics.
Molecular systematics and phylogenetics are pet interests of mine; topics I
persued for fun and for argument as an undergrad.  This List had a timely
appearance for me as well, since I am currently trying to develop a research
project along this theme.  I have previously worked on projects designed to
characterize the genomes of halophilic archaebacteria and as a result have
developed an awe and fascination towards the extant and extinct life on this
planet.  I have to admit my opinions on evolution are narrow and biased, so
I'm looking foreward to the broad range of ideas that will be discussed on
this List.

Sincerely, Bruce Trieselmann.

If I figured this E-Mail stuff out right, my name and address should follow...

Bruce Trieselmann <ugg00031@VM.UoGuelph.Ca>
Molecular Biology and Genetics
University of Guelph, Canada

Nihil est opere et manu factum quod tempus non consumat. (Cicero)

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