Science and societies

Science is one of the most important channels of knowledge. It has a specific role, as well as a variety of functions for the benefit of our society: creating new knowledge, improving education, and increasing the quality of our lives. Science must respond to societal needs and global challenges. Public understanding and engagement with science, and citizen participation including through the popularization of science are essential to equip citizens to make informed personal and professional choices. Governments need to make decisions based on quality scientific information on issues such as health and agriculture, and parliaments need to legislate on societal issues which necessitate the latest scientific knowledge. National governments need to understand the science behind major global challenges such as climate change, ocean health, biodiversity loss and freshwater security. To face sustainable development challenges, governments and citizens alike must understand the language of science and must become scientifically literate. On the other hand, scientists must understand the problems policy-makers face and endeavor to make the results of their research relevant and comprehensible to society. Challenges today cut across the traditional boundaries of disciplines and stretch across the lifecycle of innovation from research to knowledge development and its application. Science, technology and innovation must drive our pursuit of more equitable and sustainable development.


Our membership category - open to anyone who supports the aims of the society. Students and researchers are especially welcome. They will invite to online activities, have special webinars and other scientific events, and priority are given bellow.

  • This society unfolds the different technical learning processes and the varied interests of students and researchers in a psychological perspective.
  • The society facilitates younger generation with scientific and cognitive insights and improves the overall quality of education and research.
  • This is a new build society so will have Easy and friendly access.
  • Have designed for global scientist but have kept special care of local people due to often facing problems aboard in the form of, No master card, no pay pall, no experience.
  • Have provide easy and cheap membership instead of other scientific societies, e.g. ASBMB membership- 70$, 160$, SSE membership rate, 80$, 185 and so on.
  • Give great hand in “international acclaim”. specially USA, Canada, Australia, AFM 22.2(i)(lXE): AFM 22.2(i) (2)(A).
  • We hope that will provide international scientific journals in the near future.

Early carrier (Basic)

This membership is open to anyone, especially young students because they are the building block of the scientific world.

$6/ year


This membership is especially for bachelor and Master students or degree holders.

$15/ year


This membership is especially for MS, Doctors, Postdoctoral, Professors, and Scientists.

$50/ year


Anyone can join the early carrier membership; there are no restrictions on who can join. We attempted to provide a simple and welcoming platform for locals as well as the scientific community, particularly Asians.
  • We have provided local payment methods.
  • Economically very suitable instead other international societies..

Have a numbers of benefits:

  • Have provide easy and cheap membership instead of other scientific societies, e.g. ASBMB membership- 70$, 160$, SSE membership rate, 80$, 185 and so on
  • Give great hand in “international acclaim”. specially USA, Canada, Australia, AFM 22.2(i)(lXE): AFM 22.2(i) (2)(A):
  • We will provide international journals in the near future.
  • Will give special discount in the article submission fee.
  • Friendly and easy feedback.
  • Will arrange talk by international experts.
  • Will give a unique membership number as well as a certificate.
  • Will provide a talent award to selected members.
Sure, we are providing a unique membership number as well as auto certificate after registration.
We have registration with Alberta Canada .


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