The AES Electrophoresis Society is a unique international organization founded to improve and promote technologies necessary for biomolecular separation and detection.
The Aims of APS are to organise and manage conferences concerning advances in Proteomics and to promote proteomics research in Australia and New Zealand.
The BSPR is a registered charity and aims to advance the science of proteomics, to further public education therein and to promote study and research work in proteomics and related subjects for the public benefit.
The DGPF is a platform for bringing proteomics activities in Germany at different locations and within the frame of different programs below one roof and further for promoting proteome research by nationally and internationally harmonized initiatives.
The aim of the JES is to promote the development of new techniques of electrophoresis and their applications to biomedical research and clinical investigation.
The object of the NoSSS is to promote research and education within separation sciences and their application in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
The aim of the SPS is to stimulate and coordinate proteomic activities in Switzerland as well as in other countries