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

International Cell Senescence Association

ICSA Durham UK D XM6477

Association Computability in Europe

CiE 2008 Durham UK E c XM5526

British Israel World Federation

BIWF 1919 Durham UK F XF6522

European Seminar in Ethnomusicology

ESEM 1981 Durham UK F XF6295

Matariki Network of Universities

MNU 2010 Durham UK F AA2757

Paleopathology Association

1973 Durham UK F v XF5534

Virgo Consortium for Cosmological Supercomputer Simulations

Virgo Consortium 1994 Durham UK F XF5748

Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Durham

IMEIS 1962 Durham UK G j XG8062

International Boundaries Research Unit

IBRU 1989 Durham UK G XN3532

International Volcanic Health Hazard Network

IVHHN 2003 Durham UK K XJ3926

International Conference on Rare Earths and Actinides 82

Durham UK S c XS5600

Resource Centre for Access to Data on Europe

R-CADE 1995 Durham UK U x XN9848
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