A multidisciplinary research organization that focuses on the Southeast Asia region. Conducts active research in ecological, social and Indian studies, in collaboration with various Indian and foreign research institutions. Primary objective is to promote Indo-french cooperation in science and culture.
An interdisciplinary lab at the interface between the humanities, the social sciences and the cognitive sciences.
Independent research institute, part of Norway's national research system. Key research areas are in the fields of information technology, environmental research and society and industry. Primarily in Norsk, with a few English pages.
A private, nonprofit organization with a broad charter to conduct advanced scientific research founded in 1980 by Edwin Herbert Land, and endowed by Land and his family.
Supports research and development activities for peaceful applications by Ukrainian, Georgian, and Uzbekistani scientists and engineers, formerly involved with development of weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery.
A privately funded, 'blue sky' research institute in Brussels, Belgium, now closed. Areas of study included quantum physics, nanotechnology, protein folding, and robotics. Archives of research material and links to researchers.
A privately funded research institution on aspects of public wellness and safety such as vaccine development and surveillance technology. Westchester County, NY, USA.
Technology company providing products and professional services to government and industry, in the areas of defense, space, and laboratory and analytical operations.
Offers a publicly-accessible resource for science shops, community-based organizations, government agencies, and universities. Offers background information on individual members and organizations, contact details, and an overview of the project's goals and achievements.
AIRI is a nationwide association of independent, not-for-profit research institutes. Provides information on membership, and on the organization's role in monitoring federal policy and funding issues affecting biomedical research.
The Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences is one of 20 National Centres of Competence in Research established by the Swiss federal government. With the University of Geneva as its home institution, the Centre coordinates collaborative research by psychologists, neuroscientists, philosophers, historians, economists, social scientists, and legal scholars.
Provides information on training courses and research which focuses on information and communication technologies, materials science, business organisation and management, environmental technologies and health care technologies.
At the University of Kassel, Germany, supporting east-west cooperation in economics and science.
Diversified network of collaborative centers for scientific discovery and technology development in the life sciences research, life sciences contract services, engineering, and environment and energy industries.
Promoting, encouraging and aiding scientific investigation and research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Morgridge Institute.
Research, analysis, design, development and special operations organization providing services and creating ventures in science, technology, mathematics, supercomputing and other fields. Includes a portfolio of projects undertaken.
Includes a listing of affiliations, brief overview, descriptions of research groups, workshops, staff profiles, and employment opportunities.