Science in general, all disciplines
An "open-mike" email reflector (administered by Guru Technologies) dealing with high-speed digital design issues, board design issues, system design and more.
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.
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.
The Invasion Ecology section of the Ecological Society of America aims to facilitate interactions among students, early career scientists, and more senior scientists in the field.
About the latest research findings in the field of Brainwave Entrainment technology. Be updated.
SMILE is an scientific simulation environment mainly used in energy engineering. This list is to discuss problems with other users and developers.
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
The group was established at the EcoSummit 2016 in Montpellier to develop cooperative projects in citizen science in ecology.
A discussion and social list for Forma Labs, Ireland's Premiere Biomakerspace, situated in central Cork City. Web: http://formalabs.org Twitter: @formabiolabs Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.ie/o/forma-labs-irelands-premiere-biomakerspace-8286220340
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.
Listserve to allow SFA ATCOFA graduate students to share proposals, thesis, dissertations, research papers, etc.
Serves as a listserv for discussions amongst the Australian aerosol research community.
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.