The Filtration Society was formed in London in 1964. It is a charitable organisation with the objective of technology transfer of existing filtration and separation technologies and promoting research and development into new areas. As a result the Society has equally strong links with indu ... more
SLAS is an international community of more than 10,000 individual scientists, engineers, researchers, technologists and others from academic, government and commercial laboratories. SLAS provides forums for education and information exchange to encourage study and advance laboratory science ... more
CIFL, Comité Interprofessionnel des Fournisseurs de Laboratoire, is a professional association uniting the suppliers of laboratory products, services and equipment, more specifically in the area of research, analysis and control, on the French market.
Its objective is the defence of the int ... more
The association, respectively its predecessor, the "Working Pool for Nursing and Laboratory Supplies", was founded in 1947 and was entered into the official register of associations, society and clubs in 1950. According to its statutes the VGKL has the following object: The association want ... more
GAMBICA is the Trade Association for Instrumentation, Control, Automation and Laboratory Technology in the UK. It has a membership of over 200 companies including the major multinationals in the sector and a significant number of smaller and medium sized companies. more