International Association of Research Organizations for the Information, Media and Graphic Arts Industries (IARIGAI)
Jun 1965, Finland, as International Association of Research Institutes for the Graphic Arts Industry -- Association internationale des instituts de recherches des industries graphiques as a result of biennial international conferences of graphic arts research institutes, first held in 1951, UK, hosted by the Printing, Packaging and Allied Trades Research Association (PATRA), subsequently the (now commercial) U-XF1832 - Pira International. Subsequently changed title to International Association of Research Organizations for the Printing, Information and Communication Industries -- Association internationale des instituts de recherches des industries graphiques. Present name adopted 2000.
Cultivate and promote international cooperation and networking among research workers on science and technology of the printing, media and allied industries; support evolutionary process towards the comprehensive information society, as well as dissemination of knowledge and scientific information.
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