Science in general, all disciplines
List for communication between members of International Water Association's specialist group on climate change.
A source of information for all interested in Earth history during Precambrian time, i.e. between the origin of the Earth and the Cambrian diversification of animal life.
Discussing Ophthalmic photography, echography and all Ophthalmic related imaging topics.
Announcements and general news about the ZooImage software or the ZooImage Web site.
Discussion of Otter-related matters including monitoring methods, radio-tracking, biology, toxicology assay methods, DNA investigations, husbandry.
List will be used for coordinating tasks involving maintenance of cnts child language corpora. Announcements of new, updated versions of transcription files on the server of the centre for dutch language and speech will be made on this list to all those whom it concerns.
Pure academic research and forum. Involving science, philosophy, technology, culture, psychology and art. Pure academic research means all the the subjects come from the nature of human's interests on the universe, the only law should be obeyed is the principle of nature.
For a bench to bedside team, located at the University of Utah.
List for MUIC Math Seminar
A place for wildlife watches to find out where all varieties of Texas Wildlife can be found and seen. Anything from birds, to mammals, reptiles, amphibians and insects.
Emails to this list will include lab meeting announcements, lab news, and other forwarded opportunities.
A discussion list on the use of technology in agriculture.
Science and Reason of Hampton Roads (SRHR) is a skeptics organization, consisting of both scientists and non-scientists alike, dedicated to promoting science, the scientific method, critical thinking, and the use of logic and reason in the examination of dubious and extraordinary claims.
This list will be for select members of the Haywire Robotics Team 1569, so we have an easier way to communicate with each other.
The DigitalEcoMaps-project was initiated by master-student Jan-Erik Vinje to set up a en expert team to develop standards, processes and the technical infrastructure to enable digital mapping of the specific ecological footprints of individual products. A core idea is to develop a standard for a digital Environmental Product Declarations (dEPD) based on the ISO-14025 wich describes the requirements for making standard EPD's.
The list of the "Modelling, Mathematical Methods and Computer Simulation of Tumour Growth and Therapy" project (http://calvino.polito.it/~mcrtn/) moved to http://groups.google.com/group/cancermodel
Grainscale is intended to be a platform where scientists can easily open and contribute to discussions on problems related to nano- to microscale processes in rocks and synthetic materials. Despite numerous scientists from several disciplines all over the world investigate these processes, an interdisciplinary platform where ideas and results can be discussed in an informal, quick and uncomplicated way is still missing. Currently, no scientific media exists that provides space for such discussions among petrologists, structural geologists, sedimentologists, mineralogists, material scientists and geochemists that work on nano- to microscale problems. "Grainscale" will combine a website (grainscale.org) where scientific data are presented in a short form with a mailing list, where these data are discussed.
This mailing list is intended to make discussions easier among physicists working in the field of topological insulators. Monthly meetings of the journal clubs (discussing scientific papers) are also announced via this mailing list.
The X-Genesis Space Corporation monthly newsletter list is sent out to anyone who signs up and joins the list to learn more about our company, projects, technology breakthroughs, and stay up to date of other X-Genesis happenings.
Announcements and discussion of cryptanalysis, cryptography, mathematical models and open source implementations.
Amateur Astonomy group based in Northern NSW Australia. Discussing telescope building, optical accessories, observation reports. Plan group observing sessions. A family oriented list with beginer help and support. DO NOT try to subscribe with a Yahoo email address, you subscription will not be excepted
This mailing list maintains e-mail addresses of practitioners and scientists who are interested in the activities of the GOR working group on Real World Mathematical Optimization. The main purpose of the mailing address is to announce activities of this group, mostly conferences and workshops.
mail list on primes, which focus on the newest science, technology, art and culture related to several fields of chemistry, in Chinese and English.
A place to post sightings of, and for discussions about, Tennessee odonates.
This is the email list of the research network "migration and fertility", a group of scientists who are interested in migration, fertility and related topics. The mailing list serves as a platform to exchange ideas and approaches and to share information about data sources or references.
Opportunity for intermediate licensees to share information, experience, seek assistance, schedule QSOs etc.
The Bird Study Group is a northwestern Louisiana organization of birders based in Shreveport. The list is for reporting bird sightings in our area.
Overture is a C++ object-oriented code framework for solving partial differential equations in complex geometry using composite grids.
This list exists for officers of KACT to communicate easily and quickly with one another relative to chemistry and chemical education.
A mailing list for users of the ECHSE modeling framework.
IN-BIRD is the email discussion list for Indiana birders and those interested in Indiana birds. It serves as a forum to discuss many aspects of birdlife in Indiana. This includes rare birds, bird finding, bird identification, bird behavior, backyard birding, trip announcements, trip reports, bird counts, bird distribution, and event announcements.
Mailing list for meat related research using spectroscopy. The objective is to share new ideas, papers, and experiment plans.
Dedicated to the discussion of free software in Brazil, motivated by a seminar "Informatics Applied to the Sciences" to be presented at the Rio de Janeiro State University, by a small group of students, but possibly anyone else interested.
Closed group of PAS Members who are helping to promote PAS to the public through Social Media.
Birding in Bonn, Germany. Scientific discussions on birding themes, announcements of excursions,...
GAIA-Listserver informs about upcoming events and new publications in environmental sciences, environmental technology, and technological impact assessment.
The Project Team consists of the Management Team, which is composed by one representative of each Party + the Project Manager and the administrative contact person.
This is the e-mail list for APCA. APCA is the National Member Organization of IFAC - International Federation of Automatic Control, having, among other things, the responsibility to appoint, for a period of three years, Portuguese researchers as members of the IFAC Technical Committees. Thus, APCA provides a very important contribution to the visibility of scientific work produced in our country. This list is meant for informing members of APCA activities and for members to inform each other of related activities such as call for papers, journal special issues, workshops, prizes and all other activities related to the Automatic Control area.
This is the mailing list for the seminars of the TCRP group at the Instituto de Telecomunicações, Lisbon, Portugal. To send messages to the list address them to "firstname.lastname@example.org". Only list members can send messages to the list. For further information on using the list send a message to "email@example.com" with a subject of "info".
announcements of the next science/technology talks.
This list will be composed of a group of biologists from different states working together towards the conservation of an endangered salamander species. We are all part of the Southeastern Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (SEPARC), and this listserv would facilitate the communication between all stakeholders.
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.
To discuss the physics and mathematics of cosmological models. In particular, to investigate the predictions and consequences of a geocentric, geostatic Bible-based cosmology, and to compare these with the ruling "Big Bang" paradigm that has recently been called into the public eye in less favourable light.
A list to for the BU Rocket Team to talk about their activities making an amateur rocket.
List for sharing experiences and information, arranging QSOs and support between foundation licensees
This is a closed list for users of the HNC Invincible Cluster of the OBOB group at the CIMeC.
Discussion between members of the strabospot.org team. The StraboSpot project aims to create an online repository for structural geology data, as well as a mobile application for capturing said data. More information can be found at: http://strabospot.org/overview
For people working/interested in electroencephalographic (EEG) techniques to study perceptual and cognitive processes in humans. Aims to share expertise and knowledge in the field.
ESA Biogeosciences is a section of the Ecological Society of America. The goal of the Section is to promote research and education on the influence of biology on the chemistry of the Earth's surface, the processing of energy and materials in Earth's ecosystems, and the impact of humans on Earth system function. The Section acts as a liaison between investigators, societies, and other groups interested in these subjects. ESA Biogeosciences website: http://www.esa.org/biogeosciences/index.htm
Friends of the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Board of Directors