ReAgent is aware of the important role played by ECS and the valuable contribution they make to science and engineering technology worldwide
(PRWEB UK) 17 June 2013
Founded in 1902, this international, non-profit, educational organisation aims to bridge the gaps between academia, research and engineering in the fields of electrochemistry, solid-state science and allied subjects.
ReAgent Managing Director Richard Hudson explains, “As a leading UK chemical supplier ReAgent is aware of the important role played by ECS and the valuable contribution they make to science and engineering technology worldwide. As a company we are really pleased to be able to support their valuable work and are proud to be associated with such a prestigious institution.”
The Society is committed to advancing the theory and practice of electrochemistry whilst encouraging research and development. It ensures adequate training is available to engineers and scientists working in the fields of electrochemistry and solid-state science. Its members include over 8,000 scientists and engineers in more than 70 countries worldwide.
Many ECS members choose to affiliate themselves with one or more ‘Sections’ which are organised in cities and regions throughout the world. Their aim is to bring technical news and activities to all members including those who are unable to attend meetings. Areas represented include Asia and Japan, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America and Southern Asia.
Additionally, ECS Bookstore on the Society website http://www.electrochem.org, offers a centralised location for members to peruse and purchase up-to-date publications and papers on specialised subjects whilst the ECS Digital Library gives members access to over 100,000 articles including archived journals.
David Harkness, Director of Constituent Services ECS, concludes, “It is always rewarding when companies recognise the important work we carry out and I am very pleased that ReAgent have joined ECS as an institutional member. We are looking forward to a long and successful partnership.”
Further information about The Electrochemical Society can be found on their website http://www.electrochem.org