Research in memetics

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Date: Fri Jun 08 2001 - 14:38:23 BST

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    Hi all,

    I would like to introduce myself by announcing my keen interest
    to become involved at academic research in memetics.

    I hold a PhD in computational theoretical physics.
    My main research interests lie in computational science:
    physics, neuroscience, biology etc..
    Recently I have extended the list with memetics too after
    becoming acquainted with the exciting field of memetics.
    I owe this chiefly to Dr. Blackmore, author of the
    `The Meme Machine'.

    Is there anybody out there who knows of any vacant research
    positions (post-doc, preferably) in this area?
    Please let me know if you do.

    Kind regards,

    Philip Jonkers.

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