EMBNet News bulletin of 03 Oct 1996

Victor Jongeneel Victor.Jongeneel at isrec.unil.ch
Thu Oct 3 12:08:13 CEST 1996

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Wecome to the revived EMBNet Switzerland!
Victor Jongeneel, 3 October 1996

This is the first bulletin emanating from the Swiss EMBNet node since its
migration to Lausanne and Geneva. More will follow, announcing the
inauguration of various features and services. Most of the recipients of
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