- BEST - Board of European Students of Technology
BEST, Board of European Students of Technology, is a non-profit and non-political organisation for students, by students. BEST was founded in March 1989 in Berlin as an answer to the need for an association to promote communication, cooperation and exchange between students of technology throughout Europe.
chemnest.com-The chemistry community portal
chemnest is a chemistry community portal catering to the needs of the chemistry community .Features include forums,chemshop,chemical shop,free email service ...
CSUN High School Chemistry Teacher Support Group
The High School Chemistry Teacher Resource Website and Listserv was developed as a means of professional collaboration and development for those teaching regular and honors level high school chemistry. The links and resources available here are materials generously donated by teachers helping and inspiring others who are teaching high school chemistry.
Grants and awards for innovations in microplates and plastics
The official website of the Polypops Development Foundation, a US registred non profit organization that gives grants and awards for innovations in microplates and plastics.
African Association of Pure and Applied Chemistry (AAPAC)
List of universities in Africa where active chemistry teaching and research are carried out. Includes equipment held, degrees offered, staff members, research interests, and recent research papers.
Network of organizations aiming at a system for the international traceability of chemical measurements, providing newsletters back to 1996, forthcoming events, liaison groups with links to national sites in Europe .
The Protein Society
Aims to promote international interactions among investigators in order to explore all aspects of protein molecules.
Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan
Site in English. Contains member information, links, and employment opportunities.
The Japanese Biochemical Society
Established in 1925, and joined Japan Medical Society in 1926, it became an incorporated association in 1965. This society has a membership of 13,620 in 1998, consisting of biochemists and molecular biologists.