NATIONAL ACADCMY OF SCIENCES (NAS)

was founded in 1863 by the U.S. Congress and was expended in 1916 to include the National Research Council, the National Academy of Engineering in 1964 and the Institute of Medicine in 1970. The NAS is a private, nonprofitable group of research scientists and engineers dedicated to furthering their field of study.

NATIONAL ACADCMY OF SCIENCES (NAS): "The NAS is a non-profitable group which brings research scientists together under one roof to promote ground breaking research in their respective fields."
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