See also the Scientific Associations Page.

Academic and Research Network of Slovenia.
Academy for Educational Development.
Academy of Natural Sciences.
ACM.
"The First Society in Computing". Founded 1947. In the business since it was started. Special-interest groups and archives galore!
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
This is a good jump-off point.
American Center for Physics.
One of your better all-around science links!
American Chemical Society.
" The American Chemical Society was founded in 1876 and is a not-for-profit organization. It is the world's largest scientific society and has a membership of over 151,000 chemists and chemical engineers. The American Chemical Society was chartered by a 1937 Act of the U.S. Congress. The Society is recognized as a world leader in fostering scientific education and research, and promoting public understanding of science. "
American Institute of Biological Sciences.
American Institute of Physics.
Promotes the advancement and diffusion of knowledge of physics and its application to human welfare.
American Mathematical Society.
American Physical Society.
American Nuclear Society.
American Society of NeuroRadiology.
Mostly all about head and neck medical imaging.
BelNET
Belgian Advanced Communications Network for scientific research and the Belgian Public Sector.
Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, State Research Center of Russian Federation
Novosibirsk Siberia.
Canadian National Research Council.
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.
Lots of links to science in France and elsewhere.
Federal Office of Scientific and Technical Information
US Department of Energy.
European Physical Society.
Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
. With 47 Institutes, it is the leading organization of applied research in Germany. Also see Fraunhofer USA, their American Division. They are really quite the leading edge company! Check out their Applied Materials Research page. If you need rapid prototypes, perhaps you should talk to them.
Geophysics Fluid Dynamics Laboratory.
See also the Earth Page.
High-Energy Physics Information Center.
Their links to information concerning the Superconducting SuperCollider are invaluable.
Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.
National Academy of Sciences.
This page is a wonderful resource for links to other scientific organizations!
National Science Board
The governing body of the National Science Foundation (NSF).
See also the Directorate for Engineering of the NSF.
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
Home of the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor. Try following this link to see how they're doing. Also, see their page of Informative Fusion Sites. Here's another site, privately maintained, devoted to Cold Fusion.
Office of Energy Research
United States Department of Energy. Be sure to take a look at the US Fusion Energy Sciences Program Homepage.
Optical Society of America.
Fiber Optics, laser energy, lensing systems, imaging systems, basically these guys are concerned with anything to do with light. they have a fairly amazing collection of links to Optics and Photonics Organizations on the WWW.
Russian Science on the World Wide Web.
A very helpful index!
Swiss Academic and Research Network (SWITCH).
University of Queensland (Australia) Faculties and Departments.
VHDL. Also with links to the IEEE.

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