ABG (Association Bernard Gregory) is a non-profit organization founded in 1980. Our mission is to bring together doctorate holders and employers. To be more specific, we help PhD students and PhD graduates from all scientific fields to steer their career. We also help companies recruit PhDs.
Our capacity for innovation and our customer-oriented approach result in a constant evolution of our services (Training courses and coaching, employment and recruitment support, ABG network, events and conferences).
ABG was created :
- to enhance the dialogue between academia and industry
- to promote the professional development of doctorate holders
- to help companies to recruit PhDs
LaBiotech is the french website that centralizes articles from the Biotech sector to inform you quickly, easily and freely. Today, in a year, it has reached a significant traffic with over 25,000 visits, 12,000 unique visitors and 1,100 daily followers
This makes it one of the leading information channel for french-speaking persons who wish to stay informed about biotechnology.
It was founded in March 1951 and since has kept growing by fulfilling its mission: broadcast knowledge about biological and chemical sciences and gather together members from various backgrounds, chemists, biologists, dermatologists, toxicologists, perfumers who have contributed to the development of the Cosmetology since the second half of the twentieth Century ...
(Spanish Society of Cosmetic Chemists) was created in Barcelona in 1958 by a group of Chemicals: J. Artigas, M. Albiol, C. Susana, J. Rafols, A. Contijoch and Miguel Fenollosa with two clear objectives: establish contact with other professionals who develop their activity in the Cosmetic sector and establish relationships with foreign companies in this sector. In 1959 was created the IFSCC (the International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists) from which the SEQC is a founder member ...
Formed in 1948, the UK’s Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCS) has 1000+ members and is affiliated to the International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC). The main object of the Society is to advance the science of cosmetics. It does this by attracting membership among highly qualified individuals with both academic and industrial experience in the field of cosmetics and related sciences, as well as through its activities including publications, educational programmes and scientific meetings.
A European professional organization acting since 2002 as a non-profit association and gathering companies focusing mainly in the field of natural ingredients.
Its special commitments focus on the improvement of quality and safety of cosmetic ingredients of natural origin.
Is an independent and nonprofit organization to improve personal welfare.
Is a scientific Association which collects technologists, researchers and professionals through the organization and promotion of scientific events, courses, seminars and cultural events.
The objective is to improve the diffusion and development of Cosmetic Science
From 60 years cooperates with universities, qualified professionals, research centers and scientific associations.
SiCC objective is to improve the product’s quality/price ratio to be represented in a realistic, understandable way to all stakeholders, maintaining equidistance between the legitimate aspirations of success of producers and the needs of customers.
Is a member of IFSCC that accounts for 50 national associations, and 18,000 Members.