• American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) AACC is a global scientific and medical professional organization dedicated to clinical laboratory science and its application to healthcare. AACC’s strategic plan set goals for innovation, growth, and influence in five areas: value of membership, best practices, science and innovation, financial resources, and global influence.
  • American Board of Clinical Chemistry (ABCC) ABCC is a not-for-profit organization, incorporated in 1950, devoted to certification of individuals with doctoral level degrees in the practice of clinical chemistry, toxicological chemistry, and other clinical laboratory medicine disciplines. In purpose, function, and organization the ABCC is analogous to the certifying boards in various medical specialties. The aim of the Board is to serve the public interest and advance the science by establishing standards of competence for those who practice clinical laboratory medicine, and to certify as Diplomates those qualified specialists who comply with the requirements of the Board.
  • American Chemical Society (ACS) ACS is a congressionally chartered not-for-profit 501(c)3 scientific society. The Society is committed to being a strong and sustainable organization, maintaining adequate financial resources and adhering to financial stewardship principles that will ensure its ability to accomplish the ACS goals today and into the future.
  • Association of Medical and Graduate Departments of Biochemistry (AMGDB) AMGDB, founded in 1969, represents Departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at graduate and medical schools. The AMGDB is concerned with issues related to fundamental and biomedical science, health research, science policy and education.
  • Canadian Society for Molecular Biosciences (CSMBSCBM) CSMBSCBM's mandate is to advance and promote molecular biosciences, with a focus on advocating for robust and sustainable funding for fundamental research in Canada. The Canadian Biochemical Society (CBS) was first conceived by a group of biochemists on October 9th, 1957. In 1992 the Society changed its name to the Canadian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (CSBM) in order to better reflect the scientific interests of its membership. In 1995 the Canadian Society of Cellular and Molecular Biology elected to surrender its charter and merged with the Canadian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to form the Canadian Society of Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology (CSMBSCBM).
  • Chemistry Education Association (CEA) CEA seeks to promote the study and general knowledge of all branches of Chemistry at the secondary level of education. The means of carrying out this policy was determined as the establishment of the necessary funds to facilitate the writing and publishing of appropriate educational material, and to promote and assist teachers of Chemistry in the development of their teaching skills.
  • Chemseer Chemseer is an online resource in the field of chemical science in universities and industry. Chemseer lists PhD studentships, postdoctoral positions and industrial jobs in chemistry, pharmaceutical science, biochemistry and biotechnology in academic institutions and commercial organisations. Chemseer also lists a diary of conferences occurring throughout the world. Also included is a number of valuable resource tools, including links to online science journals, links to some companies and to UK academic establishments.
  • Chinese-American Chemical Society (CACS) CACS is a non-political and non-profit professional organization. The purpose of CACS is to encourage the advancement of chemistry and chemical engineering sciences and technologies in all branches, to improve the qualification and occupational opportunities of its members, to facilitate professional contacts, and to promote interactions with other scientific communities. CACS is the only Chinese professional organization that is officially recognized by ACS and AICheE.
  • European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) EuCheMS aims to nurture a platform for scientific discussion and to provide a single, unbiased European voice on key policy issues in chemistry and related fields. EuCheMS organises several specialised academic conferences as well as the biannual EuCheMS Chemistry Congress, the European congress of chemical sciences. EuCheMS also promotes the role and image of the chemical sciences among the general public and policy-makers through social media, newsletters and through the organisation of conferences and workshops open to the society.
  • International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) The Union is devoted to promoting research and education in biochemistry and molecular biology throughout the world and gives particular attention to areas where the subject is still in its early development. IUBMB seeks to advance the international molecular life sciences community by: promoting interactions across the diversity of endeavours in the molecular life sciences; creating networks that transcend barriers of ethnicity, culture, gender and economic status; creating pathways for young scientists to fulfil their potential; providing evidence-based advice on public policy; promoting the values, standards and ethics of science and the free and unhampered movement of scientists of all nations.
  • National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) NSTA, founded in 1944, is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. The purpose for which the Association is organized is to stimulate, improve, and coordinate science teaching at all levels of instruction and to engage in any and all activities in furtherance thereof; to promote the improvement of educational systems and processes in the schools in any manner to assist such stimulation and coordination of science teaching; to apprise the general public of possible means of improving science teaching with the schools; and generally to do any and all acts and things which may increase, through education, the knowledge of science devolving upon the general public through such knowledge of science.
  • Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) The RSC is the largest organisation in Europe for advancing the chemical sciences. The general advancement of chemical science and its application and for that purpose: to foster and encourage the growth and application of such science by the dissemination of chemical knowledge; to establish, uphold and advance the standards of qualification, competence and conduct of those who practise chemistry as a profession; to serve the public interest by acting in an advisory, consultative or representative capacity in matters relating to the science and practice of chemistry; and to advance the aims and objectives of members of the Society so far as they relate to the advancement of the science or practice of chemistry.

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