"The Division of Inorganic Chemistry represents a diverse body of scientists who come together to understand and promote the richness of the chemistry of the elements." Includes organometallic, bioinorganic, solid-state, coordination chemistry, and nanoscience.
The Society of Biological Inorganic Chemistry is a learned society established to advance research and education in the field of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, and to promote popular, industrial and academic understanding.
Contains quantitative information on all the metal-containing sites available from structures in the Protein Data Base (PDB) distribution. This database contains geometrical and molecular information that allows the classification and search of particular combinations of site characteristics