The Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ), initially named the Chemical Society, was founded in 1878 by approximately twenty motivated and enthusiastic young scholars wishing to advance research in chemistry. Later, it was renamed The Tokyo Chemical Society, and eventually given the present Engli ... more
The IUCr is an International Scientific Union. Its objectives are to promote international cooperation in crystallography and to contribute to all aspects of crystallography, to promote international publication of crystallographic research, to facilitate standardization of methods, units, ... more
The Association of the Austrian Chemical Industry - FCIO represents the interests of all Austrian companies which manufacture chemical products on an industrial basis.
Main tasks and activities:
Representation of membership at all level of government.
Information and advisory service to m ... more
ChemCoast, which includes the North German chemical locations of Brunsbüttel, Seelze, Stade, Walsrode and Wilhelmshaven is well equipped for the future: With extensive investments as well as numerous activities and projects, ChemCoast is pointing the way ahead in Europe. ChemCoast can help ... more
The archives of the Serbian Chemical Society were burnt in the bombing of Belgrade in 1941. But a great number of important document concerning the history of the Society were preserved and later collected from members or from Sections and Affiliates, so that, based on them, important even ... more