Institute for Biological Sciences National Research Council is the research and technology organization established by the Government of Canada. In this institute there is a team of life science researchers who are dedicated to the research and discoveries in the field of neurobiology and immunochemistry and moving it in the marketplace. The National Research Council of Canada introduced the Industrial Research Assistance Program in 1950 who gave grants and financial help to the business so that they can bring new and innovative ideas and technology in the market which will be helpful to the public like artificial pacemaker and development of canola which was introduced in 1940. The aims of NRC include Acquire, create and promote the scientific and engineering knowledge applications which will meet the economics, regional and social needs of Canadians for the use of scientific and technical information by the people and the Government of Canada.
The following is the list of scholars from Institute for Biological Sciences National Research Council who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences