Science in general, all disciplines
Mailing list for Radio Amateurs who are members of WKARS
Distribution List for the Physics-Chemistry Teachers of the French International Schools in the Asia-Pacific Region.
"next iteration of megabreds" discussions on APL, arm hardware, metacomputation and philosophy of programming. Also featuring linguistics, geopolitics, maths and physics.
General-interest announcements and related discussions for a Romanian meditation group.
BOO stands for Birds of Oregon. This is a forum for birders to talk about birds and all things related to birds, in the state of Oregon.
Public list of the Dutch Science Shops
This is a mailing list about academic and research resources for understanding interactive television. Interactive television is comprised by a number of technologies, such as broadcasting, Internet, digital set-top boxes, digital local storage. The mailing list will be used mainly for news, conferences and announcements regarding the updates of the following web site: http://itv.eltrun.aueb.gr/. Please visit the above web site to gain an in depth understanding of what interactive television is all about.
A list to allow EVAC to make announcements about club meetings and activities. http://www.evaconline.org/
An email list for those interested in STEM events and opportunities in the Cairns region.
Neuroling is a list devoted to information exchange among cognitive neuroscientists, in particular neurolinguists and neuropsychologists. Implications of neuroimaging technologies on functional brain mapping are also widely discussed.
Belief Functions and Applications Society Mailing List http://www.bfasociety.org
This mailing list is intended to keep subscribers updated about the last developments in the field of Dependence Modeling. Subscribers will post announcements about new working/published papers and forthcoming events in the field. Posting of open positions is not be allowed.
Mailing list for the committee members of the West Kent Amateur Radio Society, for use in the management and operations of the society.
Discussion of committee needs and questions relating to the conservation, research and management of streams across the SE United States
Members of the BES SIG can email each other to discuss matters relating to computational ecology. Discussions will center around help with computational and mathematical methods, upcoming workshops etc..