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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.
[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.
This society has travel awards, employment opportunities, an abstract search program, grant information, undergraduate/graduate programs, an online Biophysics Textbook, an online Biophysical Journal, current listing of upcoming scientific meetings worldwide, and related sites.
The Electrochemical Society
[ECS] This society deals with electrochemical and solid state science and technology.
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.
Microscopical Society of Canada
The goal of this society is to help increase the development of microscopy and its techniques. Microscopy is used in medical research, pollution control, and occupational health. Microscopy helps benefit the well being of the human race. This society also provides grants to individuals who will help increase the knowledge of microscopy in the future.
Microscopy Society of America
[Nestor J. Zaluzec] (MSA) This society is composed of biological scientists, physical scientists, industrial workers, clinical workers, technologists, and students. There goal is to promote the advancement of microscopy and to bring that knowledge to the public.
[European and American Societies for Photobiology] (European Society for Photobiology (ESP) and American Society for Photobiology (ASP)) The goal for this society is to try to understand working interactions of light and living organisms, how these interactions are harmful, and the possible protection of these organisms.
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.
The Royal Microscopical Society
[RMS] This society deals with electron microscopy, light microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, and image recording techniques. This society is broken down into multidimensional microscopy, cytometry, light microscopy, materials, electron microscopy, cell biology, and histochemistry.