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American Indian Science & Engineering Society
[AISES] This is a non-profit society that combines technology and science with traditional Native American values. This organization also helps American Indians and Alaska Natives to pursue studies in engineering and science.
American Society for Gravitational and Space Biology
[ASGSB] This society is dedicated to furthering education and research of Gravitational and Space Biology. The society holds an annual meeting, the date is located on their web site. Also included on the site are links to a space life sciences database, a list of grants and jobs, and other information about the society.
Association for Women in Science
[AWIS] This association works to achieve equity in the participation of women in fields of technology and science. This is done through programs, conferences, advocacy, and litigation.
Association for Women in Science & Engineering
[AWiSE] The purpose of this association is to serve as a forum, support, and voice for women who are interested in the fields of science, engineering, and technology.
Bio Online: Biotechnology/Pharmaceutical Research/Health Sciences
[Vitadata Corporation] (BIO) This site contains links to other research and academic sites, patient groups, databases, tools, and maps on the internet. Sites can be either WWW servers or Gopher sites.
[BEMS] BEMS is an independent organization of biological and physical scientists, physicians, and engineers interested in the interactions of non-ionizing radiation with biological systems.
Controlled Release Society
[CRS] CRS is an international organization whose primary purpose is to help the advancement of technology in biology and chemistry with the utilization of better delivery systems.
Description of the Electrophoresis Society
[Electrophoresis Society] The Electrophoresis Society is an international society whose purpose is to improve and promote technologies in biomolecular detection and separation. Techniques include capillary, free-flow, and gel systems.
Federation of Australian Scientific and Technological Societies
[University of Sydney] (FASTS) FASTS represents the interests of scientists and technologists in Australia. Its goal is to influence science and technology–helping to improve the climate in development and research–and introduce environmental, social, and economic benefits.
International Society of Biomechanics
[ISB] This society contacts other scientists to help increase knowledge of biomechanics. Emphasis at an international level is on the field of human movement.
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The Laboratory Robotics Interest Group Home
[LRIG] Members are from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, agriculture, cosmetic, food, and specialty industries. Among the topics discussed are the uses of laboratory robotics in high throughput screening, drug discovery, combinatorial chemistry, chemical synthesis, compound purification, compound distribution, data management, pharmaceutical dosage from sample preparation, dissolution testing, bioanalytical technology, chemical analysis, solid phase extraction, validation, and product formulation.
The National Academies
[NAS] This society is made up of volunteer experts, and provides advice to anyone on matters of science, technology, and medicine.
National Institute of Health Black Scientist Association
[NIH BSA] This association was formed to address the health and scientific issues of minorities in general and the black community in particular.
Radiation Research Society
[Radiological Society of North America, Inc. (RSNA)] (RRS) The mission of this society is to facilitate cooperative research between the disciplines of physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine in the study of the properties and effects of radiation.
Formed in 1993 to facilitate sharing and dissemination of experimental results and emerging concepts in ribonucleic acid research.
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science
[SACNAS] The goal of this society is to assist Native American and Chicano/Latino students in pursuing graduate degrees that lead to careers in the sciences.
Society for Applied Spectroscopy
[SAS] The goal of this society is to increase information and knowledge in the areas of art and science of spectroscopy. Spectroscopy is the science of absorption, mass, emission, and other related topics that determine the composition and structure of matter.
Society for Biomolecular Screening
[SBS] The mission of this society is to maintain and promote ethical standards and education in the high throughput screening profession.
Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology
[SCWIST] This is a non-profit organization whose goal is to educate the public about the stereotyping of careers in science and to promote equal opportunities for women in engineering, technological, and scientific careers.
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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
[SHPE] The goal of this society is to help with the advancement of academic and professional development in the fields of engineering and science. This society is at the University of Maryland where they are committed to promote the advancement of the Hispanic community.
Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists
[MAES] This society aims to increase opportunities for Mexican Americans in science and engineering by recognizing achievements, promoting national symposia and technical presentations, providing scholarships, and providing placement and recruitment assistance.
Third World Organization for Women in Science
[TWOWS] The purpose of this organization is to unite women scientists in third world countries to increase their representation in technological and scientific leadership.
Welcome to The QSAR and Modelling Society
This society was founded to share information between members to prevent overlapping research in statistical modelling, molecular modelling, and computer-aided drug design.
Welcome to The Society for Biomaterials
The purpose of this society is to increase the advancement of material research and development through programs, applications, and professional standards. Biomaterials are natural or man made materials that comprise a living structure.