Organisations

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry  
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) serves to advance the worldwide aspects of the chemical sciences and to contribute to the application of chemistry in the service of Mankind. As a scientific, international, non-governmental and objective body, IUPAC can address many global issues involving the chemical sciences.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
The Association of Finnish Chemical Societies  
The Association of Finnish Chemical Societies (Suomen Kemian Seura), est. 1970, comprises three member societies: The Finnish Chemical Society (Suomalaisten Kemistien Seura r.y.), The Finnish Society of Chemical Engineers (Kemiallisteknillinen Yhdistys) and the mainly swedish speaking Chemical Society of Finland (Finska Kemistsamfundet). All of the senior members of the three societies have completed their university education. Junior membership is offered to students of chemistry and chemical engineering, free of charge.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering  
The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering is the national technical association representing the field of chemical engineering and the interests of chemical engineers in industry, academia, and government.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
Accueil Societe Francaise de Chimie  
La sfc propose dans le domaine de la chimie une gamme de services : calendrier de manifestations scientifiques, offres d'emploi, donnees industrielles du monde de la chimie, filieres d'enseignements. Une presentation conviviale et des rubriques interactives facilitent la recherche d'informations.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
Chemical Heritage Foundation  
The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) seeks to advance the heritage of the chemical and molecular sciences by operating an historical research library; discovering and disseminating information about historical resources; encouraging research, scholarship, and popular writing; publishing historical materials; conducting oral histories; creating exhibits; and taking other appropriate steps to make known the achievements of chemical and molecular scientists and engineers and of related sciences, technologies, and industries.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
Council for Chemical Research (CCR)  
The website of The Council for Chemical Research, which advances research in chemistry-related science and engineering by catalyzing collaboration among research leaders from industry, academia, and government laboratories.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
American Chemistry Council  
The American Chemistry Council is the voice of the US Chemical Industry. The American Chemistry Council represents the chemical industry on public policy issues, coordinates the industry's research and testing programs, and administers the industry's environmental, health, and safety performance improvement initiative, known as Responsible Care.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
Association of Official Analytical Chemists (AOAC) International  
AOAC International is committed to the development and validation of methods in the analytical sciences and to the improvement of quality assurance procedures in laboratories.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
CEFIC  
CEFIC, the European Chemical Industry Council, is both the forum and the voice of the European chemical industry. It represents, directly or indirectly, about 40,000 large, medium and small chemical companies in Europe, which employ about two million people and account for more than 30% of world chemicals production.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
Chemical Structure Association  
The Chemical Structure Association (CSA) is an international organisation which aims to bring together people whose work involves the handling of information about chemical structures.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
EFMC - European Federation for Medicilan Chemistry  
The objective of the EFMC is to advance the science of medicinal chemistry by promoting cooperation between the adhering organisations.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
Israel Chemical Society  
The Israel Chemical Society (ICS) is a registered organization dedicated to the advancement of pure and applied chemistry, both nationally and internationally. Its aims are: 1. To recruit members among chemists residing in Israel, as well as among chemists residing abroad who might wish to join the Society. 2. To nurture and advance the science of chemistry and its applications. 3. To represent the Israeli chemical community in scientific institutions abroad and to maintain contacts with these institutions. 4. To issue publications relating to the advancement of chemistry. 5. To foster chemistry teaching. 6. To initiate scientific meetings. 7. To foster the image of chemistry among the public. 8. To engage in activities in support of the above aims. 9. To solicit contributions and funds in aid of the Society's goals.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  
The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is an independent, nonprofit professional society that provides a forum for individuals and institutions engaged in Study of environmental issues, Management and conservation of natural resources, Environmental education, and Environmental research and development.
Submitted: Dec 30, 2000
The Canadian Chemical Producers' Association  
The Canadian Chemical Producers' Association (CCPA) represents 75 chemical manufacturing industries with over 200 plants across Canada -- which collectively produce more than 90 per cent of all chemicals in Canada. CCPA is also the driving force behind the Responsible Care® initiative, a global effort aimed at addressing public concerns about the manufacture, distribution, use and disposal of chemicals.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
The Norwegian Chemical Society  
The Norwegian Chemical Society (NKS) was founded in 1893. The objective of the society is to promote the interest and understanding of chemistry and chemical technology with respect to teaching and research. The society also represents norwegian chemists ininternational fora. The activities in NKS for the most part take place in the local branches and in the professional divisions. There are currently eight local branches and six professional divisions. The local branches arrange meetings and excursions. The professional divisions organize a number of scientific seminars, exhibitions and meetings.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
The Official Homepage of the Korean Chemical Society  
The Korean Chemical Society, founded by 53 chemists on July 7, 1946, is the official academic society of the Korean chemists and held international conventions to celebrate its 25th (in 1971) and 50th (in 1996) in Korea, and the member society for the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS). The Society consists of the 13 Regional Chapters and the Academic Divisions.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
The Royal Australian Chemical Institute  
The Royal Australian Chemical Institute [RACI], founded in January 1917, is both the qualifying body in Australia for professional chemists and a learned society promoting the science and practice of chemistry in all its branches.
Submitted: Dec 26, 2000
The Society of Chemical Industry  
The sociey is aimed to encourage and support the interchange of information, knowledge and opinion between individuals, businesses and other organisations interested in any aspect of the development and application of chemistry and related sciences throughout the world.
Submitted: Dec 30, 2000



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