Welcome to the International Society of African Scientists (ISAS)!

The International Society of African Scientists (ISAS) is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization that was founded in 1982. Its general objectives are to promote the advancement of science and technology among peoples of African descent, and it provides itself as a medium through which scientists and engineers would channel their skills to solve technical problems facing Africa and the Caribbean.


Current executive members of ISAS have attachments to countries in Africa , the Caribbean , and the United States , and they encourage all people who support the objectives of the Society to become members. The current membership represents a wide range of nationalities from Africa , the Caribbean and the Americas . Membership is open to all who share the goals of the Society. We hope that while viewing this website, you will decide to become a member of ISAS. You can apply and submit your application form and fees per the directions on the Membership Page. Your application will be acknowledged and acted upon, and you would receive confirmation of our action at the earliest convenience.


Because we value science and technology and relationships among the countries and people we serve, you would find that we have links to the National Society of Black Engineers ( http://www.nsbe.org ), Science in Africa (http://www.scienceinafrica.co.za) , Caribbean Journal of Science (http://caribjsci.org)the American Association for the Advancement of Science (www.aaas.org ) and science news (www.sciencemag.org ), and the British international science journal Nature (www.nature.com), among other links of a variety of scientific and educational publications.