IAP - the global network of science academies, currently has a membership of 106 scientific academies from around the world; these include both national academies/institutions as well as regional/global groupings of scientists. A number of other scientific organizations participate in IAP meetings and activities as observers.
c/o Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
Berlin D - 10117, Germany
ALLEA, founded in 1994, is a federation of 53 academies of sciences and humanities in 40 European countries, whose member academies are self-governing communities of scientists and scholars. Allea seeks to: promote the exchange of information and experience between academies; offer European science and society advice from its members, and strives for excellence ...
c/o KAST, 7-1, Gumi-Dong
463-808, Korea, Republic of
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The Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia (AASA) is a non-profit international organization, established in 2000, with interests in science and technology. The AASA aims to provide a forum for scientists to discuss and to offer advice on issues related to science and technology, research and ...
c/o Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei
Via della Lungara 10
00165 Rome, Italy
EMAN, an autonomous network including the academies of science of the Mediterranean countries, is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organization, whose mission is to promote the growth and coordination of a Mediterranean science area. The general objective of the EMAN is to act as an independent Euro-Mediterranean forum to encourage the academies of this area ...
c/o Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina
06108 Halle (Saale), Germany
Leaders of the national science academies of the European member states, together with Academia Europea and ALLEA (All European Academies) formed a new independent body, European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC) in 2001. The aim of the Council is to provide authoritative scientific judgement to the policy makers of the European Union on a wide variety of topics ...
D-10117 Berlin, Germany
The GYA grew out of discussions amongst top young scientists from around the world convened by the IAP for the World Economic Forum “Summer Davos” meetings in 2008 and 2009. The Global Young Academy (GYA) was officially founded in February 2010 with support by IAP. With the help of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, the Berlin-Brandenburg ...
c/o The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
P.O. Box 19121
Amsterdam 1000 GC , Netherlands
To mobilise the world's best science the InterAcademy Council (IAC) was established by the world's national science academies to provide expert advice to international bodies - such as the United Nations and the World Bank - and other institutions. The IAC aims to complement, rather than duplicate, the advisory roles of other scientific institutions.
Head-quartered at the ...
c/o ICTP Campus (Adriatico Guesthouse-7th Floor)
Strada Costiera 11
Trieste 34151, Italy
The InterAcademy Medical Panel (IAMP) is a network of the world's academies of Medicine, Science, Engineering and others having Medical members, working together through bilateral and regional linkages, committed to improving health world-wide.
IAMP activities focus on institutional collaboration to strengthen the role of all academies to alleviate the health burdens of ...
c/o Academia Mexicana de Ciencias
"Casa Tlalpan" Km 23.5 Carretera Federal México-Cuernavaca, Col. San Andrés Totoltepec
Tlalpan, Mexico City 14400 , Mexico
IANAS is a regional network of Academies of Sciences created to support cooperation towards the strengthening of science and technology as a tool for advancing research and development, prosperity and equity in the Americas.
Founded in the spirit of IAP in May 2004, the main objectives of the network are: (a) to assist in the building of national scientific capacities by ...
5 rue Auguste Vacquerie
Paris 75016, France
ICSU is a non-governmental organization, founded in 1931 to bring together natural scientists in international scientific endeavour. It comprises 98 multi-disciplinary national scientific members (scientific research councils or science academies) and 26 international, single-discipline scientific unions to provide a wide spectrum of scientific expertise enabling members to ...
c/o Pakistan Academy of Sciences (PAS)
3 Constitution Avenue, G-5/2
Current Member Academies of NASIC: the Network of Academies of Science in Countries of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC):
Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan (ASA)
Bangladesh Academy of Sciences
Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ANUBiH)
Egyptian Academy of Sciences
Indonesian Academy of Sciences
Academy of Sciences of ...
P.O. Box 201
The objective of NASAC is to act as an independent African forum that brings together the nine merit-based academies of science in the continent to discuss the scientific aspects of problems of common concern, to make common statements on major issues relevant to Africa and to provide mutual support to member academies. In pursuing this objective the Network, which was ...
c/o Academia de Ciencias de la República Dominicana
Calle Las Damas 112 esq.
Del Conde - Zona Colonial, Ap. Postal 932
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
The Caribbean Scientific Union (CCC) has been in existence since 2000 in order to integrate, consolidate and promote the Academies of the Wider Caribbean region and their impact on the strengthening of scientific communities there, and to increase their impact on local communities.