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  • American Ceramic Society (ACerS)
    The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) is the world's leading organization dedicated to the advancement of ceramics. ACerS, an international association that provides the latest technical, scientific and educational information to its Members and others in the ceramics and related materials  field, structures its services, staff and capabilities to meet the needs of the ceramics community, related fields, and the general public.
  • Ductile Iron Society
  • European Ceramic Society
    The European Ceramic Society (ECerS) is a nongovernmental, nonprofit federation of societies each representing the ceramists of a member country.
    Individuals who want to be member of the ECerS have to apply for membership of one of the member societies. The ECerS was established in 1987 in order to co-ordinate
  • Federation of European Materials Societies
    The Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS) is a non-profit umbrella organization  serving 22 national materials societies in 20 countries, which together have over 25,000 members throughout Europe engaged in the production, utilization, and development of metals, ceramics, polymers, composites etc.
  • Federation of Materials Societies 
    The Federation of Materials Societies (FMS) is an umbrella organization whose member societies and affiliates represent the professional societies, universities, and National Research Council organizations which are involved with materials science, engineering, and technology. FMS constituent societies have more than 700,000 individual members.
  • Materials Research Society (MRS)
    The Materials Research Society is dedicated to goal-oriented basic and applied research on materials of technological importance. MRS emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to materials science and engineering, inspiring cooperation among scientists from industry, academia, and government.
  • Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society (TMS)
    The mission of TMS is to promote the science and engineering professions concerned with minerals, metals, and materials.
  • The Society for Biomaterials
    The Society For Biomaterials is a professional society which promotes advances in all phases of materials research and development by encouragement of cooperative educational programs, clinical applications, and professional standards in the biomaterials field. The site provides information on related conferences, associated links employment, funding and educational reources.
  • International Union of Materials Research Societies
    The International Union of Materials Research Societies was established in 1991 as an international association of technical groups or societies which have an interest in promoting interdisciplinary materials research. Current membership includes countries from around the world.
  • National Glass Association (NGA)
    Founded in 1948, the National Glass Association (NGA) is the largest trade association representing the flat (architectural and automotive) glass industry. NGA's more than 4,900 member companies and locations reflect the entire vertical flat glass market. To support this ever-changing industry, NGA produces products and services specifically for the industry. NGA’s mission is to fully represent the American architectural and automotive glass industries, by providing education and information; promoting safety and ethics; and protecting industry interests. 
  • Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering
    The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE&reg), an international professional member society, provides information on new materials and processing technology either via technical forums, journal publications, or books in which professionals in this field can exchange ideas and air their views. 
  • Society of Glass Technology
    The objects of the Society of Glass Technology are to encourage and advance the study of the history, art, science, design, manufacture, after treatment, distribution and end use of glass of any and every kind. These aims are furthered by meetings, publications, the maintenance of a library and the promotion of association with other interested persons and organizations.