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Military and Naval Science: Web Links, Associations and Organizations

Associations and Organizations

International Society of Military Sciences is an organisation is to build a network for the creation, development, exchange and diffusion of research and knowledge about war, conflict management and peace support efforts. The society hosts an annual conference, and one or more workshops per year.

Military Science and Technology-American Chemical Society is a military research involves developing new weapons and protective gear, but it delves into a wider range of topics as well. Scientists and engineers working for the military develop pharmaceuticals and medical treatments; combat corrosion and microbial contamination;  preserve food supplies for soldiers in remote locations; and work on portable energy sources to power equipment and vehicles.

Military Sciences- RUSI is a Military Sciences group that includes experts in the traditional Air, Land and Maritime domains as well as Cyber, Influence Operations and Space. Their aim is to contribute to the nuance of UK public, media and policy discussions on defence by combining research with practical experience and contextual awareness.

Office of Naval Research, Science and Technology is an executive branch agency within the Department of Defense, the Office of Naval Research (ONR). ONR provides technical advice to the Chief of Naval Operations and the Secretary of the Navy.


International Conference on Military Science and Technology 

Military Science and Technology Conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Military Science and Technology Conference. It is also a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations and trends.

International Society of Military Sciences Conferences 

The military world is traditionally based on secrecy and control of information while the scientific world is open for public criticism. The main intention of the “Open Science” movement is to make scientific research—including publications, data, physical samples, software, and dissemination of results—accessible to everybody. Open science encourages sharing knowledge and building new research on previous research regardless of where it has been conducted. Thus, this theme challenges researchers in both the military world and the world of science to learn from the experiences of the other.