Science E-mail Listservs

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Bill Gates [Founder of Microsoft Co.]

 

Oneonta Listserv Application
Sign up for Earth Science (ESPIRT), Living Environment (BioForum), Intermediate (5-8) Science (5-8Science), Physics (Ophun-L), Nurturing Elementary Science Teaching (Nestling), and Chemistry (ChemBond).

Earth Science/Geoscience Education Listservs
This web site provides information about Earth science/Geoscience education listservs in the United States. The listservs range from national listservs to regional listservs to specific content area listservs.

Space Science Research Announcements
Members of the Space Science research community (i.e., people who submit research proposals) are invited to subscribe to electronic notification of all Space Science research announcements (NRA's, AO's, etc.).

John Hopkins University Science and Medicine News Listservs
Now you can get the scoop on the latest Johns Hopkins breakthrough before it hits the newspapers. And you don't even need a press pass. The university's media relations offices offer e-mail delivery of Hopkins science, medical, health and technology research news releases. Anyone anywhere is eligible to subscribe.

National Science Teachers Association List Server
Colleagues on the list server can share ideas, get information, and ask questions on important issues. The list server is quick and simple to use, so you can easily stay current on trends in science education. The lists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so information from your peers is available when you need it.

Marine Science and Education Lists
There are many e-mail discussion lists devoted to environmental science and policy and education. Most subscribers to these lists are professionals, and discussions typically are conducted at an advanced level. Teachers are advised to monitor students' interaction with lists carefully. Excerpts from scientists' lists may provide current information and insight, but introductory-level questions and postings may be inappropriate on some lists.