The Society runs an electronic discussion list for its membership and all other interested parties. It has an international user-group and is the primary port of call for current and "live" information relevant to the community. Its aim is to provide networking, information dissemination and information gathering opportunities for its audience.
The list offers a means to locate others working in the same area as you, or to promote relevant events, publications or awards. Brief and informal reviews of events, exhibitions, or new publications are also very welcome. It is free to join so if you haven't already signed up, please do so.
New members are warmly encouraged to send a first message to let others know of their location and current research interests.