This category is for organizations which do not themselves conduct scientific research but aim to spread information about such research. They organize meetings, publish journals and provide research grants for scientists in the field.
A non-profit society to provide common forum at the national level to represent the interests of all those engaged in various aspects of biotechnology.
A non-profit, non-government, organization which aims to promote the use of biotechnology throughout Nepal by encouraging basic and applied research and disseminating the results.
EAPB aims to contribute to the creation of a positive economical and political environment for development of biotechnological research in pharmaceutical companies. Includes events, related links, membership and contact details in Berlin, Germany.
Aims to take initiatives in areas of growing scientific and industrial interest and importance in the field of applied biocatalysis.
Non-profit organisation, with members from chemical, food, pharmaceutical, diagnostics, forest and plant protection industries. Includes publications, economic statistics, location of centers around Finland, maintained in Helsinki.
Non-profit, grassroot society formed to support sustainable development through biotechnology awareness and education. Includes articles, meeting and workshop schedules and news. Maintained in Bangalore, India.
Developing the French biotechnology industry. Provides contact between researchers and entrepreneurs, disseminates information, organizes working groups.
San Diego based networking organization for US and French biotech communities. Includes news and details of the objectives of the organization, membership, events and resources.
Professional organization which encourages inquiry and interest in biological engineering. Provides details of membership, meetings, events, academic programs, the newsletter and journal.
ICGEB is dedicated to advanced research and training in molecular biology and biotechnology, with special regard to the needs of the developing world.
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