Science in general, all disciplines
Serves as a listserv for discussions amongst the Australian aerosol research community.
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 "email@example.com". Only list members can send messages to the list. For further information on using the list send a message to "firstname.lastname@example.org" with a subject of "info".
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.
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.
Discussing Ophthalmic photography, echography and all Ophthalmic related imaging topics.
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.
Friends of the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Board of Directors
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
A group of academics, students, policy makers, land managers, and conservationists interested in understanding the flow of energy and material across coastal margins, specifically focusing on coastal temperate rainforests and the links between glaciers, forests, freshwater, and marine systems. The group is supported by a National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network (RCN) grant, with representatives from several states and Canada.
Milist for science and information technology discussion between alumnus SMA 3 Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The objectives of this milist is to sharing knowledge about science and information technology between alumnus SMA 3 Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Most of the milist member are working as engineer [IT engineer, petroleum engineer, chemical engineer, earth scientist] in national and multinational company like chevron pacific indonesia, sclumberger, halliburton and astra international. Discussion about us can enrich and enhance our knowledge therefore it will be usefull to community development and technology spreading.
News and thoughts about neuroscience, experimental psychology, and perception.
listserv of the academic group of students and faculty at University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna that discusses and promotes the Subsistence theory as developed by Veronika Bennholdt-Thomsen at al. Maillingliste des Wiener Arbeitskreis zur Bielefelder Subsistenztheorie
This is the tLAN mailing list, it will send updates and information about next planned LAN. Members only.
This list was created by Ms Pennington. Ms Pennington is a science teacher with 15 years of teaching experience. She uses an interactive whiteboard, net based lessons, blogs, wikis, del.icio.us, web2.0, and other technologies to enhance instruction. This list will be used to discuss technologies to enhance the instruction of all subjects and all grade levels.
A forum for airing issues regarding the use of Mitsar EEG amplifier, WinEEG software, and BrainTuner
This is a private list for email contact to members of the International Association for Astronomical Studies. The IAAS is a student aerospace/astronomy research team based at North High School in Denver, Co. For more information on the team, visit www.iaas.org.
EVDI meeting 2016, Wroclaw, Poland List prepared for vets specializing in diagnostic imaging. Subject of discussion is general veterinary medicine, diagnostic imaging and scientific meetings. Until 2015, the list is going to be closed, accessible for local organising comitee (~10 users)only, after 2015 it may be open for all attendants (100-200 users) of next annual meeting in 2016.
The moderated list of Hellenic Bioinformatics
Internal communication of the workgroup Theoretical Chemical Biology at the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
A mailing list about research, development and use of smart materials (including piezoelectrics, shape memory alloys, electoactive polymers, electro- and magneto- rheological fluids) and structures and applications. Aim of Cansmart 1. Promote the research, development and use of smart materials and structures in all possible applications in Canada; 2. Regroup all the interested persons in the field from Industry, Consultants, Government, and Universities; 3. Facilitate the acquisition and interchange of technical knowledge among its members; 4. Establish contact groups for possible collaboration to promote smart materials and structures; 5. Organize meetings, workshops, conferences on smart materials and structures.
For members and supporters of the Northeast Florida Association of Rocketry, a club promoting the legal and safe use of amateur rocketry for sporting and educational purposes
A mailing list for the members of the Institute of Mechanical Sciences and Industrial Applications - UMR 9219
This list serves the biosecurity research community in the Washington DC area. It is run by the Federation of American Scientists and includes members from the academic, government, and non-profit think tank research communities.
Talking about the project "Kondus" dedicated to the development of freeware and open source software for architecture and civil engineering.
We are a group of students interested in astronomy. We regullary meet at GVPT (high school) in Martin, Slovakia. This list is in Slovak language. We are going to discuss here dates of meetings and whatever else. Gemma is the name of our group and also a star in constellation Corona Borealis.
Updates and meeting reminders for members of Women in Science
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
A mailing list for the study group 'critical physicists' from the German cities of Bremen / Oldenburg, where the responsibility of scientists and physicists in particular towards society are to be discussed. In German.
The purpose of the Society is to promote the discovery and dissemination of knowledge of birds; to encourage specifically the observation, study, and conservation of birds in Texas; to encourage the formation of local groups of ornithologists; to stimulate cooperation among ornithologists of Texas and the Southwest by an Annual Meeting, by field trips, and by other suitable means; and to establish such wildlife sanctuaries as the Society's means permit.
http://GenoCon.org Design synthetic DNA sequences on the computer as solutions to complex problem assignments. Design a plant promoter DNA sequence using the PromoterCAD software to search for functional regulatory DNA. Make a promoter which controls specific expression in a plant tissue such as leaf, stem, or root, or only at a particular time of day. Accepted DNA designs will be synthesized, transformed into real plants, and tested for gene expression! Tools used on this platform allow you to create easy and accessible solutions to problems, even for non-specialists and students. Challenge yourself today!
SAAA-Forum is a announcement list for the benefit of the members of the San Antonio Astronomical Association
This list is aimed at Dutch child language acquisition researchers. It will be used to spread announcements on workshops about research methodology.
This is the mailing list of the blog at http://hkscience.blogspot.com, which focuses on reporting scientific and technological developments related to Hong Kong.
RIBES the Italian network of seedbanks for native species conservation is a no profit scientific association dedicated to promote the conservation and use of native plants for habitat restoration and land reclamation prjects. It is made up by approx. 20 research centres, universities, charities and small native seed producesrs in Italy. The network is steered by a management board democraticelly elected every 3 years by the associates. The management board needs to be in constant and easy contact to effectively run the association. This list will enable an easy and quick information exchange between the management board members
This Mailing Lists function is to provide a forum for discussion of the TECHNICALITIES of raising, training, STUDYING, and breeding both fancy and racing homing pigeons. This forum is open for anyone interested to join.
This is the mailing list to serve communications between the local Malaysian MOMSEI committee. It is used to discuss matters related to development of national level MOMSEI science plan and activities.
This list is for updates and exchange of material for a research project of the pharmacology lab at the University of Milano Bicocca.
This is the mail list of demostration group of physics from the Simón Bolívar University in Venezuela. This group have the responsability of making demostrations for teaching purposes and scientific development.
Numerical Relativity Underground is a discussion list for young scientists in the field of numerical relativity. Among other things we talk about code crashes, pointy-haired bosses and what people really mean in their papers. We invent survival strategies, organize parties and spread rumours.
A discussion list for exchanging various growing techniques for a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs and ornamentals.
discussing the astronomy news, specialized on the field of exoplanets [planets orbiting other stars] and astrobiology
Discussion group of Could and Aerosol Laboratory, NCU and Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, NCU
Discussion for the HackPGH balloon team.
A discussion about NASA Deep Space Network activities. This is a discussion forum for people who are interested in space science and in particular deep space exploration.
Open Source Software for the Analysis of EyeTracker data.
Email list for members of Madison Skeptics, a Madison, WI group based on promoting science and reason.
This is a List dedicated to the study of the the Swift Models 831, 838, 839, and 818 telescopes in the early 1960's, and the various accessories which were sold with these telescopes at that time. The List will be primarily devoted to a discussion of the optical and mechanical characteristics of this equipment and of the care necessary for the proper use and maintenance of these items. There will be some discussion of general astronomical usage but this will be in relation to the design amd manufacture of these astronomical instruments.