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General Org Information
Name Acronym Founded City HQ Country/Territory HQ Type I Type II UIA Org ID

International Society of Developmental and Comparative Immunology

ISDCI 1978 Aberdeen UK C v XD2623

Asian Society for Emergency Medicine

ASEM 1998 Aberdeen Hong Kong D XM8104

European Oilfield Speciality Chemicals Association

EOSCA 1990 Aberdeen UK D XD8606

Society for Applied Philosophy

SAP 1982 Aberdeen UK D XM7807

Cairdeas International Palliative Care Trust

Cairdeas Aberdeen UK G XJ4742

Centre for the Study of Globalization, Aberdeen

CSG 1999 Aberdeen UK G XM2165

MedicAid Africa

2003 Aberdeen UK G XJ4743

The James Hutton Institute

2011 Aberdeen UK G j XJ5571

Centre for European Labour Market Research

CELMR 2000 Aberdeen UK N v XJ7839

Centre for Russian, East and Central European Studies, Aberdeen

Aberdeen UK U n XG2447

Committee for the Study of Trotsky and his Legacy

CSTL 1994 Aberdeen UK U x XN0852

International Trauma Foundation

1973 Aberdeen UK U fx XF3916
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