The mission of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is to:
Further the work of scientists
The mission of the American Chemical Society is to encourage in the broadest and most liberal manner the advancement of the chemical enterprise and its practioners.
Founded in 1876 and chartered by
a 1937 Act of the U.S. Congress, the American Chemical Society is the
world´s largest scientific society, with more than 161,000 members. They
include chemists, chemical engineers, academicians, and other practioners
of the chemical sciences. ACS plays a leadership role in educating and
communicating with citizens, public leaders, and others about the importance
of chemistry in developing new solutions, improving public health, protecting
the environment, and contributing to the economy.
The American Society for Quality advances individual and organizational performance excellence worldwide by providing opportunities for learning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange.
ASQ is a society of individual and organizational members dedicated to the ongoing, development, advancement, and promotion of quality concepts, principles, and techniques.
Business for Social Responsibility
Business for Social Responsibility
(BSR) is a membership organization for companies of all sizes and sectors.
BSR´s mission is to be the leading global resource providing members with
innovative products and services that help companies be commercially successful
in ways that demonstrate respect for ethical values, people, communities
and the environment.
Co-op America Business Network
Co-op America, a national nonprofit organization founded in 1982, provides the economic strategies, organizing power and practical tools for businesses and individuals to address today's social and environmental problems. While many environmental organizations choose to fight important political and legal battles, Co-op America is the leading force in educating and empowering our nation's people and businesses to make significant improvements through the economic system.
Co-op America provides practical steps for using your consumer and investor power for social change. Co-op America is the publisher of the National Green PagesTM - a directory of socially and environmentally responsible businesses, products and services.
The International Northeast Biotechnology Corridor (INBC), a non-profit entity, was created in 1998 through a resolution passed at the New England Governors' and Eastern Canadian Premiers' Conference to support biotechnology development in the region. The purpose of the INBC is to promote biotechnological development for the benefit of its members and to create a favorable business atmosphere for existing biotechnotogical enterprises and industries.
The vision for the INBC is the creation of a regional identity that will promote effective cooperation and coordination of biotechnology activities by commercial, academic, nonprofit, and governmental representatives across state and provincial boundaries so that the region is recognized as a biotechnology cluster of substance and excellence world-wide.
The Larta Institute is an independent, private nonprofit organization headquartered in Southern California. Larta manages programs that help companies worldwide to innovate and grow by bringing together people, technology, and capital to drive the innovation process.
The Institute was originally formed in 1993 through legislation enacted by the State of California after defense downsizing caused the loss of 300,000 jobs in Southern California. Since that time, Larta Institute has expanded dramatically to serve thousands of clients in a wide variety of technology sectors globally. Larta is managing a major commercialization assistance program for life sciences companies funded by NIH, as well as a number commercialization programs for other federal government agencies. Larta also manages the T2 Network of leading California universities foot technology transfer.
The New Hampshire Biotechnology Council strives to promote economic development in New Hampshire (NH) with long term goals in biotech education, business development, job creation and retention.
Established in 1999, the Council has worked steadily to establish a strong biotech identity in NH and to network the academic, industry and government participants into a cohesive whole.
Founded in 1817, the New York Academy of Sciences is the third oldest scientific organization in America and one of New York City's oldest and most enduring cultural institutions. The Academy is an independent, nonprofit organization with nearly 50,000 members in more than 160 countries united by a commitment to promoting science and technology and their essential roles in fostering social and economic development.
In service to science, the
Academy facilitates communication among scientists, physicians, policy
makers, government officers, educators, and journalists from around the
world through its interdisciplinary conferences and section meetings and
diverse publications. In service to society, Academy Programs draw upon
the foremost experts and the most current information about advances in
science and technology to inform analysis and discussion of public policy
issues, to promote precollege education, and to foster the human rights
of scientists. The Academy also recognizes the unique relationship between
science and art, and our gallery regularly features public exhibitions
and musical evenings.
The Union of Concerned Scientists
(UCS) works to ensure that all people have clean air and energy, as well
as safe and sufficient food.
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