Issue Area: Microbial Ecology

African Network for the Chemical Analysis of Pesticides ANCAP

ANCAP shall be a non-governmental, non-political, non-sectarian and non-profit making scientific body devoted to the study, promotion and development of the science of all aspects of chemical analysis of pesticides, including residue analyses, degradation and environmental fate with the overall objective of not only safeguarding public health and the environment, …

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Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography

ASLO does not take positions on issues of environmental policy. However, ASLO strives to make the most recent scientific information on aquatic ecosystems available to policy-makers. Through activities such as congressional briefings, ASLO provides the political know-how and logistical assistance for ASLO members to present their research to policy leaders …

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BIO Ventures for Global Health [BVGH]

BIO Ventures for Global Health is harnessing the resources of the biotechnology industry to create new medicines for neglected diseases of the developing world. Our mission is to break down barriers that hinder industry involvement in global health product development and to catalyze new industry investment. Through new market-based solutions, …

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Botanical Society of the British Isles BSBI

The Botanical Society of the British Isles is for everyone who is interested in the flora of Britain and Ireland. The society traces its origins back to 1836, when it was founded as the Botanical Society of London. From its earliest days it has welcomed both professional and amateur members, …

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British Ecological Society BES

The BES is an active and thriving organisation with something to offer anyone with an interest in ecology. Academic journals, teaching resources, meetings for scientists and policy makers, career advice and grants for ecologists are just a few of the Society`s areas of activity.The British Ecological Society is a learned …

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Carnegie Institution for Science

Andrew Carnegie founded the Carnegie Institution of Washington in 1902 as an organization for scientific discovery. His intention was for Carnegie Science to be home to exceptional individuals┬Śmen and women with imagination and extraordinary dedication capable of working at the cutting edge of their fields. Working in six scientific departments …

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