- MEMS-talk [subscribe]
The mems-talk mailing list is for the exchange of MEMS related information, views, and general discussion. It is also intended to build a freely accessible body of MEMS knowledge via the mems-talk archive. The list is sponsored by the MNX as a service to the MEMS community, and is a continuation of the MEMS mailing list originally hosted by ISI.
The list is moderated.
Inquiries about finding and comparing vendors of MEMS-related equipment, supplies and services are better directed to the mems-business mailing list.
Before asking the list subscribers a question, be sure to search the mems-talk archive and also try searching on Google since the archives are indexed by their search engine. You can do this from the MEMSnet.org search page.
- MEMS-business [subscribe]
The MEMS-Business mailing list is for discussions relating to the business side of MEMS technology. Possible topics might include:
- Finding and comparing vendors of MEMS-related equipment, supplies and services.
- Discussions from mems-talk that devolve into recommendations for commercial MEMS entities.
- Notices of used equipment or surplus supplies being privately sold by an individual or institution.
- General discussion of MEMS companies or the MEMS marketplace.
Before asking the list a question, be sure to check the MEMSnet vendor list and try searching on Google. Since the list archives are part of the MEMSnet site, mems-business can also be Google searched from the MEMSnet.org search page.
- MEMS-announce [subscribe]
The mems-announce list is a service provided by MEMSnet.org and hosted by the MNX. It is a low-volume, moderated announcement list.
Job opportunities and event listings posted on www.memsnet.org will also be sent to MEMS-announce. Announcements or press releases that don't qualify as news, job or event postings on memsnet.org can and should be sent directly to MEMS-announce.
To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the mems-announce archives.