Science in general, all disciplines
UFOnet is an international mailing list dedicated to: Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), Unclassified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) and Anomalous Phenomena in general, including the Paranromal. It is our intention to provide a platform that is open to wide variety of views end (research) news on these subjects.
Tripoli Central California Rocket Chat
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
Jogja River Project (JRP) is an interdisciplinary collaborative project among communities in Yogyakarta. This project has activities to discover Watershed (DAS) in particular in urban areas of Yogyakarta. Each search JRP exploration expedition where participants are divided into two teams to trace the watershed from both sides of the river. JRP is open to anyone who wants to follow the river to search participants share data in any form. All participants who take part in the JRP does not accept any form of material rewards.
Group of individuals and organizations working together to conserve birds in Tennessee.
This is the discussion board of the members of the Robotics Lab at Vietnam National University, Hanoi
A space for geoscientists working on sediment generation topics.
Georgia Regents University Scientific Computing Group (SciCG) is a self-organized informal group, consisting of faculty members, visitors, and students who work on diverse scientific applications in connections with the fields of Geology, Astrophysics, Quantum Mechanics, Mathematical Biology, and Dynamical Systems as well as generic problems in scientific computing.
list for participants of neutron scattering course at ISIS jan/feb 04.
List with all HydroServ project team members
a freely discussion forum about vasp installation and physics problem on DFT et al.
closed mailinglist for all participants of the rule110 winterworkshop 2004
Announcement mailing list for the International Symposium on Operations Research and Its Applications (ISORA). The ISORA official website: http://www.aporc.org/ISORA/
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.