The inspiration for framing the International Society of Biometeorology (ISB) was to unite researchers from around the globe who were working in the field of Biometeorology to trade data and thoughts. The ISB was established on August 29, 1956, at the UNESCO home office in Paris, France. The establishment was started by the geologist Dr. S.W. Tromp (The Netherlands) and the meteorologist Dr. H. Ungeheuer (Germany) and a few human physiologists of which Dr. F. Sargent II (USA) turned into the principal President.
More than fifty years prior, when the Society was established, researchers who were occupied with natural and biological issues were fairly disengaged. The ISB gave a system to the trading of data that was fundamental to the survival of the control. Today, the ISB keeps on encouraging the participation of researchers all through the world as they keep on exploring bio meteorological issues.Read More»