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.
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.
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.