Help generate the initial list of subtopics for v.2 of ResearchBlogging.org

We're still working hard on getting the next version of ResearchBlogging.org ready to go. I know this is taking a long time, but since we have a (semi) working system right now, we really want to get this right. It shouldn't be too much longer. A few weeks ago we settled on a new list of major topics for the site. Here they are:

Anthropology
Astronomy
Biology
Chemistry
Clinical Research
Computer Science
Engineering
Geosciences
Health
Mathematics
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Physics
Psychology
Social Science
Research / Scholarship
Other

Now we'd like to generate the subtopics associated with each topic. That's where you come in. We need your help to create the best possible list of subtopics, so that no blog is left out. The complete proposed list is posted over at BPR3. We'd appreciate it if you'd take a look at the list, especially in your areas of expertise, and let us know if we're getting it right. Thanks!

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