Nobel Foundation: Nobelprize.org is the official web site of the Nobel Foundation. Here you will find information for every Nobel Prize since 1901, including the Nobel Laureates' biographies, Nobel Lectures, interviews, photos, articles, video clips, press releases, educational games and more.
South African Mass Spectrometry Association: South African Association for MAss Spectrometry (SAAMS) - Division of the South African Chemical Society.
South African Chemical Institute: The New Swiss Chemical Society represents chemistry in the broadest sense in Switzerland and in international organizations.
Slovenian Chemical Society: The Society is especially eager to establish a close collaboration between colleagues from the academic sphere and those from the industry with a view of knowledge transfer, thus enabling quicker progress of the Slovenian chemical industry.
Royal Society of Edinburgh: The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) is an educational charity, registered in Scotland. Independent and non-party-political, we are working to provide public benefit throughout Scotland and by means of a growing international programme. The RSE has a peer-elected, multidisciplinary Fellowship of 1400 men and women who are experts within their fields.
Korean Oil Chemists' Society.
Korean Chemical Society.
Biochemical Society of the Republic of Korea.
The International XAFS Society: The International X-ray Absorption Society (IXAS) represents all those working on the fine structure associated with inner shell excitation (near edge and extended) by various probes (e.g. x-rays and electrons), and related techniques for which the data is interpreted on the same physical basis. The former name of the society, until july 2007, was IXS (International XAFS society).
International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry: The International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry (ISPC) is devoted to the international exchange of ideas concerning the philosophical foundations of the chemical sciences and related areas. This exchange fosters discourse between chemists, biochemists, philosophers, historians, sociologists and educators.