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NZ Life Sciences Network website goes live

Heads Up- NZ Life Sciences Network website goes live

The public domain sections of the website for the NZLSN went live today.

http://www.lifesciencenz.com

Up to date news and information on the biotechnology and genetic modification debate in New Zealand is available on the site which will be updated at least daily.

Prominent speakers and writers on the subject will be invited to prepare guest editorials Information from all sides of the debate will be published The site also has numerous links to other useful sites in New Zealand and overseas. Any one may recommend a site for inclusion. Work has started on preparing information and educational material for students.

A Network Participants site will go live shortly.

Francis Wevers Executive Director NZ Life Sciences Network (Inc) PO Box 715, Wellington, New Zealand

Ph +64 4 9160100 Mobile +64 21 916010 Fax +64 4 4731081 mailto:fwevers@lifesciencenz.com

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