- Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE)
Since 1979, ABLE has been facilitating communication among biologists actively involved in undergraduate laboratory instruction. Developing and disseminating interesting and proven laboratory activities, identifying reliable suppliers of biological materials, maintaining and managing living laboratory organisms, training assistants for laboratory teaching, addressing animal use issues, and implementing safe laboratory practices are some of the challenges that the organization engages through its annual conference, website, and newsletter.
American Society of Plant Biologists
To promote the growth and development of plant biology, to encourage and publish research in plant biology, and to promote the interests and growth of plant scientists in general.
Entomological Society of America
The largest organization in the world dedicated to the research, discovery, and study of insects.
International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS)
The International Union of Biological Sciences is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, established in 1919. Its objectives are to promote the study of biological sciences, to initiate, facilitate, and co-ordinate research and other scientific activities that require international cooperation, to ensure the discussion and dissemination of the results of cooperative research, to promote the organisation of international conferences and to assist in the publication of their reports. The membership of the IUBS presently consists of 44 Ordinary Members, adhering through Academies of Science, National Research Councils, national science associations or similar organisations, and 80 Scientific Members, all of which are international scientific associations, societies or commissions in the various biological disciplines.
Kedron Brook Catchment Network
Kedron Brook Catchment Network is situated within the city of Brisbane, Australia. The Network represents, facilitates and coordinates natural resource conservation activities of, and communication between, bushcare and environmental groups within the river catchment, interfacing with community and government. The network focuses on natural resource management within the catchment, provides links to information on the Network, its individual environmental groups, and its relationship as a Branch of the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland.
Medicon Valley Academy
Medicon Valley Academy (MVA) is a Danish/Swedish network organisation, which supports the integration and development within research and innovation in Medicon Valley. MVA’s members include biotech, pharma & medicotech companies, universities and public health organizations located in Medicon Valley.
NAVBO Web Site
North American Vascular Biology Organization promotes education in the area of vascular biology through its annual meetings and workshops. NAVBO also provides a mechanism for communication among research and clinical scientists in this area.
Pan-American Aerobiology Association
Organized to support research on the release, airborne dispersal and transport, and deposition of biological particles such as pollen and fungal spores.
Southern Appalachian Botanical Society
Organization for professional and amateur botanists interested in the flora of the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Includes tables of contents for the journal Castanea.
American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
Professional organization dedicated to the scientific study of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles.
Physiological Ecology Section, ESA
Section of the Ecological Society of America to promote research, teaching, and communication in physiological ecology of both animals and plants. Section news and events, positions available, and links to resources used by physiological ecologists.
North American Mycological Association
List of events and clubs, teaching material (grades 2 to 12), publications, photo gallery, and related links.