Links to other learned societies and academies

Listed below are some links to organisations and academies with aims and ideals similar to those of the Royal Society of New South Wales.

Australian State Royal Societies

The Royal Society of South Australia A learned society whose interest is natural history, particularly, of South Australia.
The Royal Society of Victoria The Society aims to promote science and science education for the betterment of the Victorian community.
The Royal Society of Western Australia A cross-disciplinary organisation that fosters exchange among scientists and promotes science in all its aspects, through publications, meetings, symposia and special events. 
The Royal Society of Queensland Queensland's first scientific society, established 1883, that encourages original research and the application of scientific method and knowledge to policy-making and decision-making.
The Royal Society of Tasmania The object of the Society is "the advancement of knowledge" achieved by programmes of lectures, panel discussions, symposia and excursions, by publications and by the use of the library of the Society.

Australian Learned Academies

Australian Academy of Science AAS provides ndependent, authoritative and influential scientific advice, promotes international scientific engagement, builds public awareness and understanding of science, and champions, celebrates and supports excellence in Australian science. 
Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering ATSE fosters excellence in technological sciences and engineering to enhance Australia's competitiveness, economic and social well-being and environmental sustainability.
Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia is an autonomous, non-governmental organisation, devoted to the advancement of knowledge and research in the various social sciences.
Australian Academy of the Humanities The Australian Academy of the Humanities advances knowledge of, and the pursuit of excellence in, the humanities in Australia for the benefit of the nation.
Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences The Australian Academy of the Health and Medical Research is an expert representative and independent voice for health and medical sciecnes in Australia.


Kindred NSW Societies

The Linnean Society of New South Wales The Linnean Society of NSW was founded 1874 and covers the natural history of NSW.
The Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales The Royal Zoological Society of NSW, founded 1879, is a non-profit, scientific organisation dedicated to the study and conservation of native Australian fauna.
The Royal Art Society of New South Wales The Royal Art Society of NSW was founded 1880 to foster awareness and appreciation in the visual arts.


Other Royal Societies

The Royal Society of New Zealand   The gateway to New Zealand science
The Royal Society (London) The UK academy of science
The Royal Society of Canada The senior national body of distinguished Canadian scholars, artists and scientists - it is Canada's national academy.
The Royal Society of South Africa An independent, interdisciplinary organisation that aims to further all branches of science in South Africa.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh Scotland's National Academy of Science and Letters.
The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow A Society "for the improvement of the Arts and Sciences" in Glasgow.
The Royal Dublin Society A non-profit Society supported by commercial activities which continues to fulfil its commitment to furthering the broad economic and cultural development of Ireland.

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