Advancing Science through Collaboration
The AOCS Association Exchange program creates partnerships with organizations whose members share common interests and disciplines with AOCS members. This formalized connection between organizations ensures effective communication and coordination of opportunities available to all members.
Please contact us if your organization would like additional information about participating in the AOCS Association Exchange program.
Founded as the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists in 1921, AATCC continues to evolve to meet the needs of those in the ever-changing textile, apparel, home fabrics, carpet, and advanced fibrous materials industries. Our standard test methods include several evaluations of fabric after home laundering, dry-cleaning, or commercial laundering. AATCC provides test method development, quality control materials, education, and professional networking for a global audience, with Individual and Corporate members in more than 50 countries worldwide.
The Algae Biomass Organization promotes the development of viable technologies and commercial markets for renewable and sustainable products derived from algae.
The American College of Nutrition® (ACN), established in 1959, is on a mission to advance nutrition science to prevent and treat disease. We stimulate nutrition research and publication, elevate nutrition knowledge among clinicians and researchers, and provide practical guidance on clinical nutrition.
The Agency was founded in 1996 in Ukraine and is your guide of agricultural markets in Russia, Ukraine and CIS. APK-Inform offers comprehensive market monitoring, timely provision of operative data; including analysis of not only domestic market, but of the situation of the world markets of grains, oilseeds and other agricultural products as well.
Founded in September 1983, the China Cleaning Industry Association (CCIA) is a NGO and under the capacity of its 6th Council right now. CCIA is approved by China Ministry of Civil Affairs, and administrated by State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC). A national NPO & NGO of enterprises, public services, research institutions, information centers and educational units for soap, detergent, surfactant and oleochemical industries as well as some relative realms.
Established in 2011, the Institute for Food Safety and Health (IFSH) at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) is a world-class food science research institute that produces knowledge-based outcomes in the areas of food safety, food defense, and nutrition for stakeholders in government, industry, and academia.
AOCS is a proud member of the International Society for Fat Research (ISF). Representing national and regional fats and oils related organizations, ISF’s purpose is a) to bring about an international team of specialists engaged in the research on fat and fat products in the fields of general and agricultural chemistry, biology, food sciences, medicine, pharmacy, and technology; b) to encourage the advancement of the chemistry and technology of oils, fats, their constituents and compounds and all allied and associated products, and to promote research in these fields; c) to increase and disseminate chemical, biological, and technological knowledge by international meetings, discussions, publications, and other means; and d) to promote professional training. AOCS is one of the 23 member organizations currently represented by ISF.
The Oils & Fats Specialist Group is a special interest group that keeps its members in touch with both industrial and academic developments in the oils and fats field in New Zealand by technical seminars, conferences and newsletters.
The Oil Technologists' Association of India (OTAI) was founded in 1943 with the main objective to work for the advancement of chemistry and technology of oils and fats and their derived products. It is a Civil Scientific organization. With the aim to reach the common man and touch the humanity and give them a better living, OTAI plays a constructive role in bringing best of mind from all the fields in science and technology. Besides, it acts as a catalyst to reach out to a wider audience by way of conducting lectures, workshops, publishing journals and providing a platform for both industry and academia to exchange knowledge.
The Society of Cosmetic Chemists (SCC) is the oldest and largest 501(c)3 membership organization serving the cosmetics and personal care industry. Founded in 1945, the SCC is dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science and our mission is to further the interests and recognition of cosmetic scientists while maintaining the confidence of the public in the cosmetics and personal care industry. SCC provides unparalleled education and networking for more than 5,300 members globally and via 19 chapters across North America. Visit www.scconline.org for more information.