Science in general, all disciplines
Mailing list for meat related research using spectroscopy. The objective is to share new ideas, papers, and experiment plans.
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.
New York Metro Pharmacognosy listerve This listserve is meant to function as a place to exchange ideas, information, and announcements for those in the greater NYC Metropolitan area interested in all things relating to natural products chemistry. This includes the surrounding areas - CT, NJ, NY, PA, and the Northeast in general. Postings may be interdisciplinary, and will be of interest to those in all related fields: phytochemistry, organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, biology, botany, marine biology, immunology, infectious diseases, etc.
De Jonge Akademie (The Young Academy) is a dynamic and innovative group of top young scientists and scholars with outspoken views about science and scholarship and the related policy. The Young Academy organises inspiring activities for various target groups focusing on interdisciplinarity, science policy, and the interface between science and society. The Young Academy has fifty members. All are between 25 and 45 years of age and received their doctorates less than ten years before their appointment to the Academy. They represent a broad spectrum of scientific and scholarly disciplines and work at Dutch universities and a wide range of research institutes.
Pure academic research and forum. Involving science, philosophy, technology, culture, psychology and art. Pure academic research means all the the subjects come from the nature of human's interests on the universe, the only law should be obeyed is the principle of nature.
List for MUIC Math Seminar
Emails to this list will include lab meeting announcements, lab news, and other forwarded opportunities.
Science and Reason of Hampton Roads (SRHR) is a skeptics organization, consisting of both scientists and non-scientists alike, dedicated to promoting science, the scientific method, critical thinking, and the use of logic and reason in the examination of dubious and extraordinary claims.
The DigitalEcoMaps-project was initiated by master-student Jan-Erik Vinje to set up a en expert team to develop standards, processes and the technical infrastructure to enable digital mapping of the specific ecological footprints of individual products. A core idea is to develop a standard for a digital Environmental Product Declarations (dEPD) based on the ISO-14025 wich describes the requirements for making standard EPD's.
This mailing list is intended to make discussions easier among physicists working in the field of topological insulators. Monthly meetings of the journal clubs (discussing scientific papers) are also announced via this mailing list.
Opportunity for intermediate licensees to share information, experience, seek assistance, schedule QSOs etc.
This is a List dedicated to the study of the the Swift Models 831, 838, 839, and 818 telescopes in the early 1960's, and the various accessories which were sold with these telescopes at that time. The List will be primarily devoted to a discussion of the optical and mechanical characteristics of this equipment and of the care necessary for the proper use and maintenance of these items. There will be some discussion of general astronomical usage but this will be in relation to the design amd manufacture of these astronomical instruments.
This List is used by the members of the research group led by Prof. Haiguang Xu @SJTU, and is maintained to help the communications and various discussions among group members, to also help share news and information.
Grainscale is intended to be a platform where scientists can easily open and contribute to discussions on problems related to nano- to microscale processes in rocks and synthetic materials. Despite numerous scientists from several disciplines all over the world investigate these processes, an interdisciplinary platform where ideas and results can be discussed in an informal, quick and uncomplicated way is still missing. Currently, no scientific media exists that provides space for such discussions among petrologists, structural geologists, sedimentologists, mineralogists, material scientists and geochemists that work on nano- to microscale problems. "Grainscale" will combine a website (grainscale.org) where scientific data are presented in a short form with a mailing list, where these data are discussed.
A discussion list on the use of technology in agriculture.