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The Acronym Institute works with policy makers and non-governmental organisations to promote non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament by disseminating information and maximising negotiating opportunities in all available fora. When arms control measures become blocked, as at present on treaty ratification and the proposed ban on the production of fissile materials, the Acronym Institute will work to Read More »
- July 9, 2010
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, a philanthropic nonprofit institution, was established in 1934 by Alfred Pritchard Sloan, Jr., then President and Chief Executive Officer of the General Motors Corporation.” The Foundation has programs and interests in various fields, including Science and Technology and Bioterrorism.
- June 11, 2010
“The Alliance is a collaboration among pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies that are working in the public interest to improve prevention and treatment of severe infectious diseases—particularly those diseases that present global security challenges.” “The Alliance for Biosecurity promotes a stronger, more effective partnership between government, the biopharmaceutical industry, and other stakeholders in order to advance Read More »
- January 13, 2012
Alloy Ventures is an early stage venture capital firm with experience in funding and nurturing over 200 information technology and life science companies. Their investments have helped produce such companies as Adaptec, Amgen, Applied Micro Circuits, Applied Biosystems, Aspect Communications, CV Therapeutics, Nuance, Octel, PMC-Sierra, Remedy, and Verity.
- August 6, 2010
The American Association for the Advancement of Science, ‘Triple A-S’ (AAAS), is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world by serving as an educator, leader, spokesperson and professional association. The AAAS Center for Science, Technology and Security Policy is guided by the over-arching goal of advancing the integration of science and Read More »
- June 11, 2010