The Society of Rheology, Japan
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The Society of Rheology, Japan (SRJ) was founded in 1973 and was approved, in 2005, by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology as an only official society specialized to rheological research in Japan. SRJ is a member of the International Congress of Rheology.

The aim of SRJ is to promote the research in the field of rheology by supplying information and offering opportunities for cooperation among scientists and engineers with any interest in rheology. It publishes a periodical journal, regularly organizes a few meetings each year, occasionally organizes international conferences, and supports meetings sponsored by other societies.

The SRJ now consists of three Branches covering east, middle, and west parts of Japan. It also has six Special Divisions, each involving the members in a specific field of rheology. The SRJ consists of more than 1,000 personal members and 45 sustaining members as of April 2006. The SRJ membership is open to all researchers from any part of the world, and to all persons who feel the activities of the society advance their professional development and intellectual curiosity.