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Welcome to the Phylogeny Explorer Project forums, blogsite.

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This is currently open, only to project contributors, be it sponsors, certified members, donors, those who work on the project in some way and specific invited guests. We invite you and/or anyone else who you feel might want to help/support us, the entire education programme and our non-profit work, and have access to this and upcoming exclusive benefits, to please do so, we really appreciate it. The Website: phylogenyexplorerproject.com or Forums: phylogenyexplorer.org both have clear signs to offer time or money, along with the Explorer itself, Facebook, twitter, contact us etc.

We will endeavour to provide regular slots and invite contributors and contributions from near and far, wide and narrow. We will look for names you may have heard of and exclusives on new research and upcoming PhD theses.

It may include project updates, articles of interest, educational, useful or informative blogs, rambles, quizzes or similar or related things of interest, be they funny, serious or otherwise/both.

They are aimed at a more general audience, but there will undoubtedly be some science or more specialist content at times, but not unnecessarily.

Whether you are an armchair observer, like to learn, teach, follow, share, contribute, support, help or advice, you are welcome.

A big thank you to our Forums IT manager, WeareBorg and his team, for an awesome, quality and ongoing Forum job.

Thank you for your interest and/or support.

Steve Owen

Director of Operations

Phylogeny Explorer Project.

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