Science in general, all disciplines
Newsletter for members and friends of Darmstadt/GER public star observatory (NPO). Topics include news in the fields of astronomy and spaceflight as well as administrative infos. Annoucements will be in German language.
This is a low-traffic list for weekly announcements of seminar talks, plus occasional discussion of seminar topics. Most subscribers are part of the University of Melbourne, but some are at other nearby institutions, or visiting Australia.
This is a private discussion and collaboration email list for scientists researching insect migration.
The Maryland American Chemical Society is a non-profit organization of professional chemists from industry, academia, and government dedicated to the education and promotion of chemistry in Maryland (http://mdchem.org). The MD ACS is a subgroup of the National American Chemical Society (http://chemistry.org).
List for discussing and announcing Spokane Astronomical Society telescope making activities
This is an moderated discussion and announcement list. The purpose is to discuss the agricultural technology of growing produce and to distribute announcements and market reports.
Dedicated to the discussion of free software in Brazil, motivated by a seminar "Informatics Applied to the Sciences" to be presented at the Rio de Janeiro State University, by a small group of students, but possibly anyone else interested.
Closed group of PAS Members who are helping to promote PAS to the public through Social Media.
Our purpose is to keep Friends members informed about events happening within the Montezuma Wetlands Complex.
This is a discussion list for any and all matters relating to Census, the project management application for NONMEM.
An adventure story about my 1 year work in RDC in a study camp about our cousins bonobo
A group of academics, students, policy makers, land managers, and conservationists interested in understanding the flow of energy and material across coastal margins, specifically focusing on coastal temperate rainforests and the links between glaciers, forests, freshwater, and marine systems. The group is supported by a National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network (RCN) grant, with representatives from several states and Canada.
The Alpine and Arctic Botanic Gardens community is an informal network that connects approx 50 alpine and arctic botanic gardens mainly located in Europe. The aim of this community is to share knowledge and practice on how to grow and display alpine plants. The community also focus on plant conservation, aiming to provide tools and knowledge to effectively conserve thretened alpine plants. Other interesrt are research on plant ecology, seed physiology, phenology and the relations between climate change and alpine plants. A final interest is on education, promoting the respect for and fascination of alpine plants
Discussion of Otter-related matters including monitoring methods, radio-tracking, biology, toxicology assay methods, DNA investigations, husbandry.
Discussion between members of the strabospot.org team. The StraboSpot project aims to create an online repository for structural geology data, as well as a mobile application for capturing said data. More information can be found at: http://strabospot.org/overview