The Annals of Botany Company is an educational charity that has been supporting plant science for well over 100 years. We publish that carries lively views and analysis of current research findings in plant biology and ecology.
The Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) is the Royal Chartered body for foresters and arboriculturists in the UK. It provides services and support to its members; guidance to professionals in other sectors; information to the general public; and educational advice and training to students and tree professionals seeking to develop their careers in the forestry and arboricultural industry.
The Botanical Society of China (BSC) was formally established in 1933. BSC is a non-profit membership society and serves as the national organization for plant scientists in China. The Society encompasses all major areas of plant science, including taxonomy, evolution, ecology, physiology and development, molecular biology, biodiversity and conservation, and paleobotany.
The Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists (JSPP) was launched in 1959 and due to the need for a society that would establish ties with the International Association of Plant Physiologists (IAPP) and that would enable Japanese researchers working on plant physiology and related subjects in the fields of basic science, agriculture, and pharmacology to communicate with one another. The society welcomes members from the international plant science community.
The Linnean Society of London is the world’s oldest active biological society. The Society takes its name from the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778) whose botanical, zoological and library collections have been in its keeping since 1829. As it moves into its third century the Society provides a continuous forum for the discussion and advancement of the life sciences. It was at a meeting of the Society in 1858 that papers from Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace outlining the theory of evolution by natural selection were first presented.
The Society for Experimental Biology is about extraordinary connections. We encourage the cross-fertilisation of ideas and disciplines. We support new ideas, innovation and bold leaps in thinking. We ensure that experimentation is at the heart of biology. We bring people together – sharing learning and experiences, building contacts and relationships, creating links between new and established scientists, and supporting the next generation of biologists. We foster experimentation amongst scientists – encouraging new methods and novel techniques.