Part 1 General, physical aspects, materials science: high pressure Raman scattering studies of fluids, J. Jonas; pressure effects on non-linear optical phenomena, H.G. Drickamer, et al; pressure effects on the intermolecular twist of flexible molecules in solid polymers, H.G. Drickamer, et al; molecular dynamics studies of high pressure transformations and structures, J.S. Tse, D.D. Klug; experimental techniques in the diamond anvil cell, D.J. Dunstan; how accurate are high-pressure experiments?, M.D. Frogley; investigations of semiconductor band structure using high pressure, D.J. Dunstan; critical- and wetting-phenomena near the liquid-vapour critical point of metals, F. Hensel; neutron diffraction studies of liquid alloys up to high temperatures and pressures, R. Winter, K. Hochgesand; mutual solubility in the solid phase of simple molecular systems at high pressure, J.A. Schouten, M.E. Kooi; high pressure behaviour of the vibrational spectra of mixtures in the fluid phase and at the fluid-solid transition, J.A. Schouten, J.P.J. Michels; singular solid-liquid-gas like phase diagram of neutral-to-ionic phase transition, M.H. Lemee-Cailleau, et al; structure of carbon black particles, T.W. Zerda. Part 2 Chemical, Biophysical, biochemical, and biomedical aspects: high-resolution NMR spectroscopy at high pressure, J. Jonas; pressure-enhanced molecular clustering in liquid dimethyl sulfoxide studied by Raman spectroscopy, C. Czeslik, J. Jonas; inorganic and bioinorganic reaction kinetics under high pressure, R. van Eldik. Part 3 Effect of Pressure on Reaction Kinetics: the components of the activation volume revisited, G. Jenner. Part 4 Activation of organic reactions: high pressure vs. new emerging activation modes, G. Jenner; free-radical polymerization under high pressure, S. Beuermann, M. Buback; pressure effects on lyotropic lipid mesophases and model membrane systems - effects on the structure, phase behaviour and kinetics of phase transformations, R. Winter, et al; optical spectroscopic techniques in high pressure bioscience, C. Balny, R. Lange; high hydrostatic pressure and enzymology, C. Balny and N.L. Klyachko; the phase diagram and the pressure-temperature behaviour of proteins, K. Heremans; pressure denaturation of proteins, C.A. Royer; hydrostatic pressure as a tool to study virus assembly - pressure-inactivation of viruses by formation of fusion intermediate states, A.C. Oliveira, et al; structure and stability of wildtype and F29W mutant forms of the N-domain of avian troponin C subjected to high pressures, A. Yu, et al; high pressure effects on protein flexibility as monitored by tryptophan phosphorescence, P. Cioni; stability diagram of lipoxygenase as determined from H/D exchange kinetics and from conformational changes, P. Rubens, et al; FTIR as a tool to study cold, heat and pressure denaturation of myoglobin, F. Meersman, et al; on the use of the term osmotic pressure, H. Pfeiffer, K. Heremans.