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.
Instituto de Chile
Almirante Montt 454
Santiago 1349, Chile
The Chilean Academy of Sciences was created as part of the Institute of Chile together wit other three academies: Medicine, Fine Arts and Social, Political and Moral Sciences by Government Law on October 21, 1964. In addition to these three academies the Institute of Chile also included the Chilean Academy of Language (founded in 1885) and the Chilean Academy of History ...
Calle Las Damas 112 esquina a El Conde
Santo Domingo Ap. Postal 932, Dominican Republic
The Academy of Sciences of the Dominican Republic was founded on December 20, 1974, and it was recognized and incorporated by a Presidential Decree on June 1975. The Senate Chamber of the Dominican Republic designated the Academy as advisor of the legislative. The Academy has also signed standing agreements with several universities, and its opinion is requested in legal ...
Palacio de las Academias
Apdo. de Correos 1421
Caracas 1010-A, Venezuela
The Venezuelan Academy of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences is one of the National Academies in the country. It is a scientific corporation of public nature oriented to the development and advancement of science. The Academy was established in 1917 by the Venezuelan Congress, with by-laws approved by the Ministry of Education, while the internal rules and ...
13 Calle No. 1-25 Zona 1
Guatemala City 01901, Guatemala
The Academy of Medical, Physical and Natural Sciences of Guatemala was established by the San Carlos University of Guatemala on October 15, 1945, as it was recorded in Act 87 of the University Superior Council. It was born in the first year of a decade in which a time of fresh humanistic, social, political and scientific growth began in Guatemala. The Academy was founded with ...
Km 23.5 Carretera Federal México-Cuernavaca
Av. Cipreses s/n, Col. San Andrés Totoltepec
Tlalpan 14400, Mexico
The Academia Mexicana de Ciencias (AMC) is a civil organization founded in 1959, comprising Mexican scientists that conduct research in every area of the exact, natural and social sciences, as well as the humanities and engineering. For the AMC, education, science, technology and innovation form a chain that contributes to the country’s full development, for the benefit ...
Av. 16 de Julio No 1732
P.O. Box 5829
La Paz, Bolivia
The National Academy of Sciences of Bolivia was founded on September 23, 1960 by Supreme Decree 5582 of the Bolivian government in order to support institutions that work to improve and strengthen local scientific capacity in science, technology and innovation. The main aim of the Academy is to create, promote and strengthen Science, Technology and Innovation towards the ...
Academia Nacional de Ciencias del Uruguay
11000 Montevideo, Uruguay
The National Academy of Sciences of Uruguay was created in 2009 by law approved by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the República Oriental del Uruguay meeting in General Assembly.
It has the purpose to advise and promote the development of the sciences. With such a purpose, it is able to emit pronouncements in matters of science policy and promotion of ...
Jr. Conde de Superund 298
Lima 1, Peru
The National Academy of Sciences (ANC) was founded on August 3, 1938 as the Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, by a special 6-man Commission appointed by the Peruvian Government and charged with the task of organizing the Academy. There were 7 sections: Exact Sciences, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Geology, Biology, Archaeology and Anthropology ...
Avenida Alvear 1711, 4 piso
Buenos Aires 1014, Argentina
The founding of the National Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences (Academia Nacional de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, ANCEFN), one of the oldest institutions of this kind in Latin America, dates back to March 26, 1874, as a consequence of a decree establishing the creation and operation of bodies that would form the University of Buenos Aires. After ...
128, Sec. 2, Academia Road
Taipei 115, China
Academia Sinica is a leading academic institution in Taipei, China. Founded initially in 1928 to promote scholarly research and undertake academic research in the three research disciplines of mathematics and physical sciences, life sciences, and humanities and social sciences, the Academia now has 24 research institutes and seven research centers, with about 900 research ...
23 quai de Conti
Paris 75006, France
The Académie des Sciences in Paris owes its origin to Colbert's plan to create a general academy. It also forms part of the lineage of diverse groups of scholars who, in the 17th Century, gathered around a patron or a learned personality. Colbert chose a small group of scholars who met on December 22, 1666 in the King's library and thereafter held twice-weekly ...
28, Panepistimiou Str.
Athens 106 79 , Greece
In the early 4th century BC, Plato founded the first Academy, a school of philosophy located in Athens close to the place of worship of the hero Academus. This school continued to function until 529 AD, when its operation was banned by imperial decree. This is the first Academy where knowledge was recognized and nurtured and it is the model after which the modern day ...
Praca 25 de Junho, 3rd Floor
Maputo P. O. Box 257, Mozambique
The Academy of Science of Mozambique was created after a national consultation of scientists and academicians in the whole country, organized by an special committee jointly created by the Ministry of Science and Technology.
After several consultative meetings, the Statutes and the creation of the Academy of Science were approved by the Council of the Ministers. In this ...
PO Box 72135 Lynnwood Ridge
Pretoria 0040, South Africa
The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) was inaugurated in May 1996 in the presence of then-President Nelson Mandela, the Patron of the launch of the Academy. It was formed in response to the need for an Academy of Sciences consonant with the dawn of democracy in South Africa: activist in its mission of using science for the benefit of society and with a ...
Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ANUBiH), the highest scientific and artistic institution in the country, was founded by the Law on the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1966, under the terms of which the Scientific Society (founded 1951), became an institution with the status of Academy. Pursuant to the provisions of the Law ...
Sher Ali Khan Watt
Kabul P.O. Box 894, Afghanistan
Academia de Ciencias de Cuba
La Habana 12400, Cuba
The Academy of Sciences of Cuba is an official institution of the Cuban State, independent and consultative in matters of science. The Academy, throughout its history has adopted different organizational forms according to the environment in which it has carried out its activities. The first Academy of Sciences was founded, after more than 35 years of negotiations with the ...
Rua da Academia das Ciências n.º 19
Lisbon 1249-122 , Portugal
1 Stefan cel Mare bd.
Chisinau MD-2001, Moldova, Republic of
The Academy of Sciences of Moldova (A.S.M.) is the highest scientific forum of the country, and represents the only public institution of national interest in the sphere of science and innovation; it is a plenipotentiary coordinator of scientific and innovation activity, scientific consultant of the public authorities of the Republic of Moldova, and it has an autonomous ...
Praha 117 20, Czech Republic
The present-day Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR) in its work continues the research traditions and mission not only of the former Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences but also of its predecessors. The oldest long-lasting learned society was the Royal Czech Society of Sciences (founded in 1784) which encompassed both the humanities and the natural sciences. As ...