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American Oil Chemists' Society
[AOCS] There are over 5,000 members in this society, including students, corporations, and professionals. The goal for this society is to help increase the knowledge of fats, oils, proteins, surfactants, detergent fields, and other related materials.
American Peptide Society
[American Peptide Society, Inc.] (APS) APS is a non-profit organization with more than 1,000 members throughout the world. The purpose of this society is to increase the interaction of peptide scientists with every field of science and to help continue the rapid growth of peptide related research.
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
[ASBMB] ASBMB is a non-profit educational and scientific society with more than 10,000 members that all have interest in biochemistry and molecular biology. Research of this society is done at universities, colleges, government laboratories, and non-profit research institutions.
[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.
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 European Biochemical Societies
[FEBS] (Peter Ott) The goal of this organization is to help with the advancement in biochemistry and molecular biology through research and education. This is accomplished by promoting meetings among its members and publishing new research information in biochemical research journals.
International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
[IUBMB] (Peter Ott) The purpose of this society is to increase education and research in biochemistry and molecular biology. This is done through international meetings, conferences, and providing financial support for topics of interest in these fields.
The North American Catalysis Society
This society was founded in 1956 to encourage the growth and development of catalysis. This society has 13 clubs in North America, publishes a quarterly newsletter, gives four awards in catalysis annually, and holds two meetings yearly.
The Oxygen Society
The purpose of this society is to foster approaches on understanding the advantages and the deleterious properties of different oxygen species. Promotion is directed to developing mechanistic approaches on the chemistry of harmful oxygen species and the consequences of their actions in medicine and biology.
The Protein Society
[FASEB] A society to promote international interactions among investigators in order to explore all aspects of the "building blocks of life"-protein molecules. Protein Society membership is open to scholars and researchers interested in the analysis, chemistry, folding, structure, function, and regulation of proteins.