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European Society for Photobiology.—
In September 1986, the European Society for Photobiology (ESP) was founded in Grenoble, France. The aim of this new society is to stimulate and facilitate the interchange of ideas and experience between European (and other) investigators working in the various disciplines of photobiology. The purpose of the ESP is to integrate the entire range of disciplines, such as bioluminescence, photomedicine, photomorphogenesis, photomovement, photosensitization, photosynthesis, radiation damage and repair, and vision. The adequate representation of these (and possibly other) disciplines within ESP will take precedence over all other considerations. Membership is open to all Europeans and non-Europeans interested in photobiologic research. Scientists wishing to apply for membership should send the annual fee of 20 Swiss Francs with their address, affiliation, and specific field of interest to the treasurer, Dr Rex M. Tyrrell, Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research, CH-1066 Epalinges S/ Lausanne, Ch. des Boveresses, Switzerland.
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