Science in general, all disciplines
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.
The mailing list is intended for sharing communication activities between EC Projects.
list for participants of neutron scattering course at ISIS jan/feb 04.
The Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge is an open competition organized by the Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum (CoMSEF) of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), the American Chemical Society (ACS), and various companies. This competition is a biannual program for the purpose of driving improvements in the practice of molecular modeling, formalizing methods for the evaluation and validation of simulation results with experimental data, and ensuring relevance of simulation activities to industrial requirements.
The Cincinnati Astronomical Societys Monthly Newsletter The Sidereal Messenger Articles are written by members of the Cincinnati Astronomical Society: observations, equipment reviews, tips and techniques. Reports of upcoming and recent events, and astronomical news.
This list distributes a monthly news update to researchers working on the Flora of Nepal Project.
Listserv for the discussion of intra-individual research, daily diary design, experience sampling methodology for those in the field of organizational sciences.
List of the students of LPNC laboratory working on biomedical imagery (IRM, EEG) and signal processing. Studies in neurocognition. List created in order to communicate in the laboratory about our respectives results.
A list from a team of students at Karlsruhe University of Science. We discuss the recent developments in sensor-designs, actual theoretical problems for sensorics and their solutions.
List where we can talk about the psi rng project : https://github.com/dedesite/psi_rng
This is a discussion group following a conference on the Faint Young Sun Paradox held at the Space Telescope Science Institute in May, 2012. Astrophysical theory has the Sun too faint to account for liquid water on the Earth 3.8 billion years ago as the geological record indicates. Proposed atmospheric greenhouse models for the early atmosphere have yet to account for enough greenhouse heating. The paradox remains unresolved.
SCARF is a next-gen sequence assembly tool, designed to leverage available genomic data to provide more complete assemblies, especially for ESTs. This list will announce updates, bug notices, and other communication on SCARF.
This distribution list supports ongoing discussions about public concerns involving the three key magnet schools in Harford County, Maryland and how they are affected by the Policies & Decisions of the HCPS Superintendent and Board of Education. The three magnet schools specifically focused on in this listserve are as follows: Science and Math Academy at Aberdeen HS; Global Studies Program at Edgewood HS, and the Natural Resources and Agricultural Science Magnet Program at North Harford HS. Ground Rules: be professional and respectful in your discourse with others and recognize that it is okay to agree to disagree; try to be as charitable as possible and assume that the motives of others, although influenced from their own perspective and personal requirements, are aimed towards the same "end game" of achieving what's best for the children and that we all benefit when we understand each other a little more than before....
This will be the mailing list to discuss all kind of questions concerning solid liquid separation problems. All scientists, users of solid liquid separation equipment and vendors of solid liquid separation equipment are invited to join the mailing-list. The mailing list should be used to discuss practical problems of every day work, e.g. how to handle and separate a slurry with special properties. Furthermore it should be used for scientific announcements like call for papers or new books on the market. Some remarks concerning the solid liquid separation roundtable: The roundtable is a group of interested people working in the field of solid liquid separation. A kind of meeting tradition has been established. Once a year a meeting is organised by a company, which invites the roundtable members to one of its sites to show around and discuss actual scientific or educational questions. This meeting usually does not stand alone, it is attached a conference in the field of solid liquid separation. The meeting history started 1999 in Wilmington, USA. Further meetings had been held 1999, Freeport, USA, 2000 Karlsruhe / Frankfurt, Germany, 2001, Mobile, USA and 2002 Sydney, Australia. The main language of the mailing list will be English.
Subscription list for ALICE Matters, the newsletter of the ALICE experiment at CERN.
Discuss about Windows experiences and Internet Techlogogy for all NN-77 members.
A forum for scientists and field monitors to discuss the benefits of removing livestock from public lands.
For discussing and networking between the many ethnobiology clubs around the world
This list will provide moth entusiasts residing in Tennessee and elsewhere to share sightings, photos, announcements or anything else related to the study of moths. Moth study is rapidly increasing in popularity. The creation of this list is at the request by users of the active and popular TN-Butterflies list.
Internal mailing list for Boston University Rocket Propulsion Group
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.
This group deals with discussions relevant to proteomics, including use of (2D) electrophoretic and chromatographic separations, and analysis by mass spectrometry (chiefly MALDI and ESI), as well as to all methods for identification of proteins from databases. Discussions of commercial products, hardware and software, used in the course of proteomics are encouraged and a primary reason why this list was started. If you post what appears to be an advertisement (some call it spam), then be prepared to defend any (outrageous) claims. The list owner is giving a free hand to postings in this start-up. If there is a consensus that there is abuse, conditions may change, including moderation.
Students from grade 11 in science Mailing list used by students to exchange info with their science teacher : excursions, changes in timetable, problems with homework
IPRN aims to build a community for scientific and technological researchers in the polar regions of the earth. The aim is to discuss about the various research activities and also to let people know about it.
A list to coordinate the work of the biophysics-workgroup of 3rd semester biologists at TU Dresden.
Participants of the Smart Materials & Nanostructures (SMN) conference series.
Centre for Smart Materials and Structures - NDE List
qfish is an e-mail discussion forum for stock assessment scientists and researchers. Topics include quantitative modeling, population dynamics, tagging, reviews, and more. We are open to state and federal scientists, academics, graduate students, and organizations.
We wish to discuss earth in geologist perspective.
closed mailinglist for all participants of the rule110 winterworkshop 2004
Cycles is a discussion list for those interested in natural and man-made cycles that control natural, animal and human processes, economics and social behavior, weather and agriculture among others.
This list will connect the community of panels system users. The project was developed by Michael Reiser as a graduate student at Caltech. The system is composed of embedded microcontrollers used in an LED-based display and a multi-microcontroller based control module. The system consists of hardware developed on two systems, and 4 different pieces of software (written in C and MATLAB). All code and circuit schematics are freely available online. The system has proven very succesful as a stimulation system for use in presenting controlled visual stimuli to insects in laboratory experiments. Currently there are about 7 other groups that have this system in place or are developing it now.
This list has been created for the new Systems Auditing team of the FRRE Faculty. But anyone interested can come in, we don't segreggate anyone.
Physics Teachers working at Engineering colleges affiliated to VTU Karnataka state -Dr. U V Khadke, GIT, Belgaum
The list is for discussing applied neuroscience and the future of a European professional society for applied neuroscience.
SS2S is a non-profit group dedicated to creating and launching a rocket into space using sugar-based propellant.
This list is for participants in the Citizen Weather Observer Program to discuss snow reporting for NOAA/MADIS and others, with a focus on the various technologies being employed to gather snowfall data, and the backend numerical forecast models used at climatological and forecasting supercomputer centers.
Distribution List for the Physics-Chemistry Teachers of the French International Schools in the Asia-Pacific Region.
Discussion on projects centered around the behaviour of zebrafish.
This list is for general announcements for ENSU. This is not a discussion list (only the executive may post messages - this is a low-volume list). ENSU is the Environmental Studies Students' Union at the University of Toronto. We represent the students studying environmental programmes at the University of Toronto and encourage new solutions to ongoing environmental problems. Solutions include using new technology to lessen environmental impacts and the creation of the UofT Environmental Resource Network (http://utern.sa.utoronto.ca), an electronic network using various forms of technology including the U of T's wireless high speed LAN, a website, mailing list, and various multi-media methods to help share and distribute environmental information electronically to other groups at the university with environmental concerns. The students' union also represents the environmental students studying the Geographic Information Systesms minor at the University of Toronto.
A list of paid internships provided in the field of Wildlife Conservation or Ecology anywhere in India, especially for beginners. This includes internships offered by NGOs, individual researchers or any governmental organization.