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  • American Chemical Society (ACS)
    The ACS is a self-governed individual membership organization that consists of nearly 159,000 members—60% from industry, at all degree levels. This provides ample opportunity for peer interaction, regardless of your professional or scientific interests. There are 34 ACS divisions, representing a wide range of disciplines for chemists, chemical engineers and technicians. An extremely rich site for everything you want to know on chemistry.
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers 
    Founded in 1908, the, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) is a nonprofit organization providing leadership to the chemical engineering profession. Representing 58,000 members in industry, academia, and government, AIChE provides forums to advance the theory and practice of the profession, upholds high professional standards and ethics, and supports excellence in education
  • Electrochemical Society
    Founded in 1902 to advance solid-state and electrochemical science and technology.
  • Royal Society of Chemistry
  • International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
    IUPAC is a voluntary non-governmental, non-profit organization that unites chemists from all over the world. The object of the Union is the advancement of both pure and applied chemistry. IUPAC has, over its 75 years of existence, been a powerful force for the creation of a world-wide chemistry community. Helping chemists overcome national borders and showing how the world community of chemists can act as a team, whatever the political situations in their respective countries.
  • The Adhesion Society
    Formed in 1978, the Adhesion Society is an international nonprofit professional organization providing leadership to the scientists and engineers whose work and interests include the broad field of adhesion and all its aspects
  • The North American Catalysis Society
    The North American Catalysis Society was founded in 1956 to promote and encourage the growth and development of the science of catalysis and related disciplines
  • The North American Membrane Society
    To serve the synthetic membrane community by fostering the development and dissemination of knowledge in membrane science and technology, and by promoting the collaborative efforts of researchers, technologists and end-users.