Free Mail Lists Managed by Indiana Biolab

These free maillists offer K-12 students, farmers, businesspeople, parents, and others the opportunity to participate in international discussions by e-mail. For each list, this page enables you to read about the list, view the archive, join the list, or send a message by mouse click. All these maillists are free of charge due to support by advertisers on Listbot.com, which provides the server. All messages are saved permanently in the Archive. The public can read the messages in the Archive, but only members (free) of the list may send messages or questions to the list. After you read the archive and find one or more lists which interest you, please join the lists and then every message will come to you by e-mail and you may submit any questions you wish.

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BacteriaStudyList

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Everyone, esp K-12
BioMathList

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K-12 and everyone
BioTeachList

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Biology/Science Teachers
ChemistryList

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FarmsAroundWorldList

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GeneticsList

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GermanList

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K-12 and Everyone
NatureStudyList

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ScienceProjectsList

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K-12 students and mentors
WasteWaterList View WWL

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Farmers, operators, public

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Suggestions, corrections, and comments are appreciated: Contact Harold Eddleman indbio@disknet.com