The RNGR website contains a large repository of PDFs in the areas of reforestation, nurseries and genetics.
The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences is a Belgian Federal State institution. It is part of the Federal Public Planning Service Science (PPS Science Policy, the Prime Minister's Offices). It is involved in important scientific research activities and carries out public service missions. It is open to everyone through the Museum of Natural Sciences.
The Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA) is one of ten federal scientific establishments (FSE) in Belgium. As a scientific research institute dedicated to Africa, it occupies an important position on the international scene; as a cultural centre, it is one of the most visited museums in the country.
The RPG Research website supports the Role Playing Gaming Research Project. The RPG Research Project is a study on the therapeutic aspects of role playing gaming. The project will use a series of multi-stage, small & large scale, short & long term, and multi-variable studies with many different populations using various formats of role playing gaming (tabletop, computer-based, MMORPG, live-action, etc.). The purpose is to determine the causal characteristics of role playing gaming on participants, rather than relying only on correlative data as most other studies on the subject have done in the past. The first stages of this project began in 1985, with an active revival in 2004 through interaction with various universities and organizations. The project has been incrementally progressing each year since.
SAIT: International Conference on Science and Technology "System Analysis and Information Technologies"
SAIT 2011 International Conference on Science and Technology "System Analysis and Information Technologies", May, Kyiv, Ukraine. Topics of the conference: System analysis of complex systems of various nature. Intelligent systems for decision-making. Grid-technologies in science and education. Progressive information technologies. Academic programs: partnership of science and business.
Science in Society is an e-magazine dedicated to the public's exploration of science at Northwestern University and beyond. The site was developed by Northwestern University to be a resource in areas as diverse as physics, nanotechnology, and medicine. Experts explore not only the science, but the legal, ethical and economic significance of research as well.
Simula Research Laboratories performs high quality research, educates graduate university students and supports the establishment of business based on the research it conducts. Jarn built a publication database complete with advanced export support for academic formats like BibTEX, a public web site solution, and custom resource– and asset-management-applications for their intranet. We also supplied training for their in-house employees, who later participated in development and now manage the project independently.
SITS (Safe Implementation of Treatments of Stroke) is an academic-driven, non-profit, international collaboration based at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden. It is an initiative by the medical profession to accelerate clinical trials and to certify excellence in acute and secondary stroke prevention treatment. The SITS Network includes a broad range of hospitals. SITS centres are therefore representative of normal stroke care facilities, i.e. not only expert centres or very advanced centres. SITS has engaged leading stroke scientists as National Coordinators in each participating country.
SAEON is a research facility that establishes and maintains nodes (environmental observatories, field stations or sites) linked by an information management network to serve as research and education platforms for long-term studies of ecosystems that will provide for incremental advances in our understanding of ecosystems and our ability to detect, predict and react to environmental change.
The aim of the South African Society for Enology & Viticulture is to serve as a forum for making the latest relevant scientific knowledge available to all South African wine and grape producers; optimizing the quality of S.A. grapes, wines and related products constantly and distributing this technology internationally.
The goal of the Southern Regional Extension Forestry Office is to identify, prescribe, and implement a mix of education and technical services that increase the efficiency of forestry programs in the southern United States.
The Forest Encyclopedia Network provides natural resource professionals and the public the scientific knowledge and tools they need to achieve their objectives. The Network is designed to connect scientific results, conclusions, and impacts with management needs and issues. Now the every-expanding scientific knowledge base of forest information is being organized into an integrated system that can be easily accessed and used. The Forest Encyclopedia Network consists of a growing number of encyclopedias covering different fields of forest science.
The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Plant Transformation Facility was established at the University of California at Davis as a service oriented facility dedicated to providing cost effective plant transformation services for the University of California system. Our staff has extensive experience in the transformation of a wide range of crop plants; specializing in crops important to California agriculture.
The Urban Forestry South Expo Web site has a variety of urban forestry resources, such as a document library, tree ordinances, classroom activities, presentations, and much more. This site is also the repository for the national Urban and Community Forestry technology transfer library.
As an important knowledge marketplace in the Lake Constance area the FHV is an ideal environment for inspiring contacts and learning experiences. It inspires - as a personal development partner for its students and people in business and society in the region. The FHV is a visionary, impulse generator and problem solver for innovative issues. In this regard it connects people, science, business and society both locally and internationally.