Science in general, all disciplines
Mailing list for the COSNet working group on evolving networks. The list will be used to discuss research into the dynamic behaviour of networks (i.e. mechanisms that explain how nodes and edges are added and removed from networks). The networks of interest here include biological (e.g. metabolic and gene networks), ecological (e.g. food webs), and man-made (e.g. world-wide web, other communications networks).
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.
Serves as a listserv for discussions amongst the Australian aerosol research community.
CACHE is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1969 to promote cooperation among universities, industry and government in the development and distribution of computer-related educational aids for the chemical engineering profession.
WREN is intended for the timely exchange of information between biologists, engineers, agency personnel, and other interested parties for issues related to wind energy development.
Discussion list for PAS board members
User list for the UoW/Ecotech Spectronus FTIR trace gas analyser
A list for rapid dissemination of timely alerts concerning unusual night sky events in progress: aurora, noctilucent clouds, meteor outbursts, satellite decays and such. Serving the active observers corps of the Netherlands & Belgium, especially the Dutch Meteor Society.
A collaborative list for freedom hardware enthusiasts and scientific community
A list for discussion among the general membership of the Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Collective: ifpsc.org
The project is dedicated to DIY community surveys. We provide tools for P2 communities to make surveys to gain knowledge about motivations and activities of community members. See more http://surveys.peerproduction.net
The group was established at the EcoSummit 2016 in Montpellier to develop cooperative projects in citizen science in ecology.
Computer Engineering Technology Semester 5
rocket science at its finest!
This is a mailing list about academic and research resources for understanding interactive television. Interactive television is comprised by a number of technologies, such as broadcasting, Internet, digital set-top boxes, digital local storage. The mailing list will be used mainly for news, conferences and announcements regarding the updates of the following web site: http://itv.eltrun.aueb.gr/. Please visit the above web site to gain an in depth understanding of what interactive television is all about.
A mailing list for Finnish microbiologists.
This is going to be an official email list of a linguistic seminar taking place at Moscow State University, Philological Faculty, Department of Theoretical and Applied linguistics. The problems being researched are the transcription of spoken discourse, discourse structure analysis etc. One of our publications can be found here^ http://www.dialog-21.ru/archive_article.asp?param=7337&y=2002&vol=6077. The purpose of this mail list is to make easier the communication between the members of our working group (which includes professors and students alike). The list is going to be a closed one. Yours sincerely, Alla Litvinenko
An announcement about upcoming public events hosted by the Phoenix Astronomical Society is posted to this list 1 time a month, at the end of the month, for the next month's events. If events are canceled, a notice is also sent out through this same list. Questions about public events may be directed to Events@pasaz.org. Questions about astronomy in general can be directed to Astronomy-Questions@PASAZ.org.
The main goal of the International Working Group on Multidisciplinary Genealogy & Family History (IWGMGFH) is to promote genealogy and family history as a multidisciplinary academic discipline per se.
Tripoli Central California Rocket Chat
This list is for discusion on BioInformatics matters
This is a closed list for members of the Institute of Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology, which is part of the New Zealand Psychological Society.
Members of the BES SIG can email each other to discuss matters relating to computational ecology. Discussions will center around help with computational and mathematical methods, upcoming workshops etc..
List for discussion of issues related to the KTH-package for microarray analysis. This list is the primary forum for asking questions related to the package.
The is an email list for CoMSEF, a forum for the combined community of engineers and scientists who are developing and applying molecularly based theories, modeling, and simulation. Its scope of technical interests includes chemical, biological, and materials processes and products. A key feature is joining molecularly based modeling with the other computational methodologies that are used in the chemical engineering sciences for research, development, operations, and education. See comsef.org
Weekly meeting to discuss the latest work in the field of statistical genetics. Based at the University of Queenslandvery. Thursdays at 11am, 7th floor seminar room, QBI building.
SS2S is a non-profit group dedicated to creating and launching a rocket into space using sugar-based propellant.
Discussion forum for research on trophic interactions between species that use molecular methods. A special emphasis on DNA based methods is expected, but discussions of any molecular methods are encouraged.
To study the life and works and to continue the tradition of Charles Sanders Peirce, pioneer of Boolean algebra and binary arithmetic, and designer of logical circuits before there was anything to build them with.
Announcement mailing list for the International Conference on Systems Biology (ISB). The ISB official website: http://www.aporc.org/ISB/
This list hosts messages relevant to the integrated Climate Change Biology (iCCB) group and provides a platform for iCCB participants to post opportunities and announcements of interest to the group.
Levelezőlista a Szegedi Tudományegyetem Földtudomány szakos hallgatói számára. A mailing list for the students of Earth Sciences at the University of Szeged.
About the latest research findings in the field of Brainwave Entrainment technology. Be updated.
This address will email your question to ALL of your local human genetics colleagues that signed up. Don't be shy since anyone on this list signed up to help you and will be happy to help. Mostly this email list is for questions that aren't easily answerable in your own lab.
Association of Chemical Engineering Students
SMILE is an scientific simulation environment mainly used in energy engineering. This list is to discuss problems with other users and developers.
The list is meant to be a way for people who have volunteered to test the RiskScape application to discuss issues and exchange ideas
A mailing list for the Spacewatch FMO Project community, with FMO Project and NEA related news and social community talk. Successor to the defunct FMOgroup forum and mailinglist. Spacewatch FMO Project volunteers review on-line images of the Spacewatch Survey telescope on Kitt Peak, for potential Near Earth Asteroids.
Foundations of Molecular Modeling and Simulation (FOMMS) is an international conference showcasing the applications and theory of computational quantum chemistry, molecular science, and engineering simulation. The motivation for this conference is the continual need for precise control of product properties, the accurate prediction of physical properties, and the development of a fundamental understanding of the chemical processes that allow the efficient creation of new products that meet specific marketplace demands. Theoretical and algorithmic advances along with modern computing technology routinely leads companies to capture the cash value of truly sustainable, far-reaching competitive advantage. A molecular-level understanding of these chemical processes lead to model mechanisms that are robust, pertinent, scalable, and most importantly, integratable across statistical, chemical, and engineering technologies. The future for these methods is extremely bright as they continue to prove their value to the chemical and chemical-related industries in the coming decade.
List of Experimental Physics Students from Sao Paulo's University. We made this list to help us build a self-indutance sensor.
Discussion of marine ecology observations throughout the Fiji Islands by tourist industry divers and professional scientists. Aim to share the descriptive and comparative information of divers constantly in the field with knowledgeable academics who have less regular or far-reaching access to sites.
annoucement and discussion list for members of qbio_ustc
Listserve to allow SFA ATCOFA graduate students to share proposals, thesis, dissertations, research papers, etc.
Backyard-astro.com is a website dedicated to the beginning astronomer or amateur astronomer. Observing reports, questions asked by visitors (and the answers of course), equipment, sketches, astro images, binocular objects are all being discussed in such a way that newbies in astronomy have a guideline to get started. The more educated astronomers can find ample information or instructings for observing our solar system. The list would be used as a mailinglist to inform people whenever something new (new equipment) or interesting observing report with images) has been added to the homepage
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.
Public Mail list for members and friends of PAS.
AstronomyED is a list to distribute space-related articles and educational opportunities of interest to educators and students. While aimed predominantly at homeschool parents and children, anyone with a suitable interest is invited. It is run by Mary-Frances Bartels, NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador as part of NASA's educational outreach program.
This mailing list serves the community of Austrian postdocs in theoretical physics, in particular particle and gravitational physics.
This is the maillist for the quantum computing research group of Nanjing University, China. The research group was founded by the quantum optics research group of the physics school of Nanjing University and the quantum computation research group of the department of computer science and technology of Nanjing University, in June 2013. The main discussion topic of this maillist including the theory and implementation of quantum computing, and the activities of the research group. Currently, this mail-list is only available for the members of the quantum optics research group of the physics school of Nanjing University and the members of the quantum computation research group of the department of computer science and technology of Nanjing University.