Great Ideas In Personality--Email Lists about the impacts of genetic engineering to To subscribe, send email to gentechrequest@gen LEARNING An unmoderated discussion list for clinicians, academics http://www.personalityresearch.org/lists.html
Extractions: This page links to email lists relevant to personality. In an email list, any message sent to the list is received by everyone subscribed, thus allowing widespread communication. The included lists appear to be available to anyone with an interest in personality. In the instructions below for becoming a subscriber, Firstname Lastname should be replaced with your name, and your signature should be omitted. Some email lists are associated with Personality Societies and some Personality Researchers subscribe. ARP "...devoted to bringing together the diversity of scholars whose research contributes to the understanding of personality structure, development, and dynamics." See ARP website To subscribe, send email to email@example.com, and put the following in the body of the message: join arp Firstname Lastname IDANET "...for students, academic researchers and professionals involved in the definition, theory, and measurement of individual differences. The net members are drawn from the areas of experimental, clinical, and educational research, encompassing fields as diverse as psychophysiological assessment, psychometrics, personality theory and measurement, and cognitive ability." See
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Extractions: The Microbiology Network Email Lists of Interest to Microbiologists Menu Home PMFList Email Lists Resource Center User Groups Virtual Library The Microbiology Network supports several mail lists on topics of interest to the microbiology and biotechnology community. These lists include: PMFList - Discussion of microbiology in regulated industries Archives of the PMFList are available for review. Unless noted, all mail lists are open to anyone with an interest in the topic. To subscribe to most of the lists below, you must send an Email to the administrative address. The text of the Email should read: subscribe MAILIST_NAME FIRSTNAME LASTNAME Please note that the mail list name is provided in bold below, and it is usually required that you provide your full name (first and last) to the list. Some of the lists will then respond with a confirmatory message to make sure that your Email address is correct. Once you reply to this message you will be subscribed. If you have problems, send the word HELP to the administrative address - that will give you additional information. Several mail lists are supported by The Microbiology Network . Please let us know of any mail list relevant to microbiology or biotechnology that is not included on this list. Also contact us if you would like to see a new mail list established on a topic of interest. We can be reached at
Extractions: Both provide a forum for a "virtual community", a group of people sharing a common interest in a specific topic and wanting to exchange information and opinions related to this topic. Traditionally, "Email Discussion Lists" operate exclusively via e-mail. Notwithstanding some variations, people "subscribe" to a list to become members of this virtual community and every message they "send to the list" (a specific e-mail address) is automatically distributed to all subscribers (members) of the list. "Bulletin or Discussion Boards" are web pages to which people can post messages directly (posting rights are often restricted to people who have "registered" or "subscribed" first).
Extractions: June 7, 2004 Begun by Bill McGarry and is often referred to as "The List" or "The Listserv." You may subscribe to this e-mail list by sending Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org The nodak.edu listserv also doubles as the Usenet newsgroup "bit.listserv.down-syn." You need a program that connects up to Usenet newsgroups to read it. This list is now run through Yahoo groups. To subscribe, first register at http://groups.yahoo.com . Then sign up for the list at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UpsNDowns . If you have trouble subscribing, contact Cindy Casten at email@example.com This Email list is for families and others interested in supporting children and adults with the dual diagnosis of Down syndrome and autism, autistic spectrum disorders, or Pervasive Development Disorder (PDD).
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Extractions: Access keys Skip to primary navigation Skip to secondary navigation Skip to content ... Help Search: Industries Key activities Services The Department ... Netiquette These email lists have been created as a forum for producers, scientists and advisers to discuss industry issues. You may read the archives of the email sent by members of the list, or join or leave a list by selecting the name of the list from below: AGAWARE-NET AgAware-Net DPI Email Discussion Group (8 subscribers) AUSSIE-AGTEACH-NET The Aussie Agriculture Teacher's Discussion List. (76 subscribers) AUSSIE-AVO-NET Avocado growers discussion group (81 subscribers) AUSSIE-BEEF-NET Aussie-Beef-Net list (423 subscribers) AUSSIE-BP-FAC-L Aussie Best Practices facilitator's discussion list (32 subscribers) AUSSIE-BREEDPLAN-NET List for Beef Cattle breeders using "Breedplan" for genetic evaluation. (47 subscribers) AUSSIE-COMPOSITE-BEEF-NET Aussie-Composite-Beef-Net list (124 subscribers) AUSSIE-CRAB-NET Discussion on Australian and international crab aquaculture list (52 subscribers) AUSSIE-CROC-NET Aussie-Croc-Net list (34 subscribers) AUSSIE-DAIRY-NET Aussie-Dairy-Net Discussion list (155 subscribers) AUSSIE-DEER-NET Aussie-Deer-Net list (24 subscribers) AUSSIE-EMU-NET Aussie-Emu-Net list (30 subscribers) AUSSIE-FARMSAFETY-NET Farm Safety discussion list (13 subscribers) AUSSIE-FIELDCROPS-NET Aussie-FieldCrops-Net list (129 subscribers) AUSSIE-FISH-NET Aussie-Fish-Net list (128 subscribers)
Extractions: The Autism mail list is an open e-mail-based forum to discuss autism hosted by St. Johns University,and administered by Carolyn Baird. It includes parents, autistic people,researchers, professionals, students, and other people interested in autism. Discussion is lively: many weeks see 500 or more postings. It is a very good forum for posing a question for which you do not know who would have the answer.
Extractions: Useful email lists on genetic engineering and how to subscribe Français These lists vary in terms of subscription and volume of material they send out. A consistent performer over several years for general GE news is Genet-news (see Genet below). #GM-ACT (mainly UK content) #NGIN lists (UK and international) #Genet #Biobiz #Biotechnology - International Patent Rights #Email Bulletin INF'OGM (in French) #Rachel's Environmental Health Weekly #Genetic Crossroads #Frankentree listserv #BioNews ... #Public understanding of science list GM-ACT list Subscribe/Unsubscribe from gm-action by sending an email to
Extractions: Top Reference Email lists Bioethics Discussion Pages A series of topic focused discussion pages on bioethical issues, moderated by a retired hospital doctor and medical school professor. Topics covered include human cloning, stem cell research, genetic testing and insurance, and ethics of reproductive technology. Also included on the site are introductory lectures (by the moderator) on the history and methods of bioethics, and brief articles on ethics and the law, and ethics and decision making. There are also case studies of bioethical dilemas and opinion poll results on specific bioethical issues. United States Stem Cells Genetic Screening Communications Media ... ETHEX The Exploratorium's Ethical Scenarios Forum (ETHEX) was an Internet listserv developed for the Exploratorium exhibition "Diving Into the Gene Pool" beginning in April, 1995. With the cooperation of members of the International Bioethics Institute, Exploratorium staff, visitors, and remote users discussed topics around the ethical, legal, and social implications of the Human Genome Project and other genetics topics. The archive discussion topics of genetic testing and genetically modified food are covered in particular scenarios.The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception founded in 1969 by physicist Frank Oppenheimer. The Exploratorium's mission is to "create a culture of learning through innovative environments, programs, and tools that help people nurture their curiosity about the world around them."
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Extractions: This list contains a variety of resources for microbiology. These include mailing lists, bulletin board systems, User's groups, and newsgroups. The sites are presented alphabetically within each major category. If you know of web sites that should be included in this list, please Email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org This page last updated: 03/09/02 [Mail Lists] [BBS] [User Groups] [Newsgroups] [Other Information Sources] Listserv: Catalog of lists Mailbase: Biosciences Lists lists by subject category Mail lists are processed by servers. A subscriber mails his message to the server, which in turn sends the message out to everyone on the list. Replies to the message are, in their turn, sent to all on the list. In this way the mail list supports a discussion of a topic via Email. Each server program has its own set of commands, but fortunately there is general agreement on the basic functions. For example, if you wish to subscribe to a mail list you would post an Email to the Administrative Address, and in the body of the text include the statement SUBSCRIBE "LIST NAME" on a line by itself. Of course, you would replace "LIST NAME" with the name of the list. INFO and HELP commands will often provide more information if directed to the administrative address, and the list name is specified.
Extractions: Genetic Algorithms Digest: GA-List@AIC.NRL.NAVY.MIL (moderated; digest format) Send subscription requests to the -request form of the list or to email@example.com. Past copies of the digest are archived on ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil:/pub/galist/ Some software is also archived there. Discussion of genetic algorithms also appears from time to time in comp.ai.neural-nets and comp.theory.self-org-sys. Genetic Programming: firstname.lastname@example.org A mailing list for discussion of Genetic Programming. See Koza's book for details. All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems, questions, etc., should be sent to email@example.com The genetic-programming mailing list is archived on ftp.cc.utexas.edu:/pub/genetic-programming/ Go Back Up Go To Previous Go To Next
Extractions: ACTION-ALERT is a moderated list "designed to provide the LGBTF community a resource by which we can resond to attacks on our community that are occurring anywhere." For more information, send the message INFO ACTION-ALERT to MAJORDOMO@VECTOR.CASTI.COM . To subscribe, send the message SUBSCRIBE ACTION-ALERT to the same address. alt.lesbian.feminist.poetry is a Usenet newsgroup where lesbians and other feminists can share and discuss their poetry. For more information about Usenet, see USENET in the main listing. AMAZON ALTERNATIVES IN HEALING is a support list for lesbian survivors of childhood sexual abuse. It also promotes general discussion of issues confronting lesbians in the world today. To subscribe, send a message to the listowner at SOUL@GOLDEN.NET and put the words SUBSCRIBE AMAZON ALTERNATIVES in the Subject Header. More information is available at the list's web site APLB focuses on issues related to Asian and Pacific Islander lesbian and bisexual women. Messages include various discussion topics, announcements of community events, and networking. The list is open to Asian and Pacific Islander women only. To subscribe, send the message SUBSCRIBE APLB to MAJORDOMO@QUEERNET.ORG .
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Extractions: Search Support Newsletter Additional Resources ... Sex Chromosome Variations EMAIL List Information Overview We have also been in contact with some of the authors of these articles. A few have agreed to be periodic guests on the list for the benefit of the list members. Many disciplines will be represented. They will be able to answer questions of a general nature, but will not be able to provide specific medical advise. These discussion support lists have been created for you to exchange any ideas, information, news, comments, gripes, fears, or whatever, related to XXY and its variants. The lists are a place to discuss issues, to give and receive support, and to post information about the syndrome and how to live with it. What kind of information can I expect to find here? Is there anything else I need to know? Please read and follow the LIST RULES to make this list successful. Subscribers not adhering to the list rules may be removed from the list. Please read and save the instructions you receive when you first join the list. It provides important information for signing off the list, stopping E-Mails when on vacation, etc. This list is supported by your monetary donations!! If you find the list of value, consider a generous contribution to Klinefelter Syndrome and Associates to keep it in operation.
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Extractions: Discussion Areas Listservs are email-based discussion or announcement services. When you join or "subscribe" to a listserv (don't worry, they're usually free) your email address is put on a list with all the other subscribers. Any mail sent to the listserv is forwarded out to all the subscribers. Discussion lists have an inherent advantage over Usenet in that they usually require that the sender be a subscriber to the listserv. This drastically cuts down on spam and other "drive by postings". The following are some of the listservs on sustainable building topics that may interest you. If you know of any other listservs that we should include here, let us know . Among our many services, Sustainable Sources hosts listservs ... let us know if you'd like to start one.