Science in general, all disciplines
INVITROM is a scientific organisation. As such, the principal objective of INVITROM is to promote the development, application and acceptance of in vitro models and strategies. INVITROM will meet this objective by: - promoting the regular exchange of information on in vitro methodologies by means of meetings, symposia, workshops, bulletins, mailing list and an Internet site; - encouraging and extending research in the field of in vitro methodologies; - encouraging education and training in in vitro methodologies at all levels. - cooperating with other organisations and societies concerned by in vitro approaches; - providing a forum for communication among professionals in government, business academia and other segments of the society in order to promote the effective applications of in vitro methods; - developing other activities which are pertinent to the science of in vitro methods.
A list for sharing images and discussing Astrophotography, including equipment, software, processes, locations and more. Don't let the Arizona name fool you - everyone is welcome!
Lane County Birds is a listserv dedicated to birds and birding in Lane County, Oregon. Topics include rare bird sightings, spring arrivals/fall departures, unusual bird behavior/interactions, species distribution, and bird events/walks in Lane County. We encourage cross posting of state wide rarities to OBOL (Oregon Birders Online).
CSEB is a national non-profit organization. Its primary objectives are to further the conservation of Canadian natural resources, to ensure the prudent management of these resources so as to minimize environmental effects and to maintain high professional standards in education, research and management related to natural resources and the environment.
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.
Subscription list for the e-EPS newsletter
MEBC-BUTTERFLY list serves as a forum for communications about butterflies with a network of amateur and professional naturalist and biologists covering Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. This is a list where butterfly enthusiasts or "butterfliers" discuss all aspects of butterfly life. The list is owned and managed by the Mountain Empire Butterfly Club. The list reports and receives butterfly sighting, daily field trip list or butterflies in your yard and gardens. The list shares timely information about outings and MEBC field trips and upcoming club events and meetings. You may also simply interact with members of the club. MEBC conducts this list to include both butterflies and moths. All levels of interest and expertise are welcome, as are all topics related to Lepidoptera. This is a list to help you meet the region experts: butterfly watchers, photographers, gardeners, naturalists, teachers and students can all learn from each other here. The list is not limited to butterflies. Moths, dragonflies, damselflies and whatever are of interest. EMBC has independent field trips, field trips at established events, a photography workshop and participation in area butterfly counts. The list keeps people informed of developments and upcoming events. MEBC-BUTTERFLY supports the gathering of distributional data and compiles the status for species throughout the region. This data provides an eventual base for those conducting biological research and for resource managers.
A place to post sightings of, and for discussions about, Tennessee odonates.
Discussion about the flow cytometry technology facility at the CRI
Scientists and clinicians working in the field of endocrinology will discuss research and best practice, to advance the discipline by solving issues and creating new collaborations.
This is an e-mail list for the "Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics" which is published in www.lectitopublishing.nl
This group celebrates the Natural History of the lower Columbia River. We have taken as our center piece Swalalahos, known to geographers as Saddle Mountain. We invite anyone interested in our unique part of the world to follow along in the discussions on this forum, though you must be a member to post comments. The list owner asks that we keep things civil and relatively apolitical.
Communication and Exchange between Master and PhD Students
Help, hints and questions about MathGL
HAL Officers Discussion Group