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The Adolphe Quetelet Society (Société Adolphe Quetelet - Adolphe Quetelet Vereniging) was founded in December 1952 by Professor Léopold Martin, as a Region of the Biometric Society (now called International Biometric Society). Its scope is to contribute to the development of quantitative biology in Belgium. The Society has about one hundred members. It sets up scientific meetings, oftentimes in collaboration with other learned societies. In 1988, a group of members of the Adolphe Quetelet Society organised in Namur the 14th International Biometric Conference (IBC'88). Some members of the Adolphe Quetelet Society are involved in the management of the International Biometric Society. The latter is an international society devoted to the mathematical and statistical aspects of biology. Biologists, mathematicians, statisticians, and others interested in its objectives are invited to become members. Through its regional organisations the Society sponsors regional and local meetings. National secretaries serve the interests of members in many regions throughout the world.

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Biometrics Biometrics, the journal of IBS
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General assembly Planning of the General Assembly
Constitution Constitution (French and Dutch)
Quetelet Prize Rules for awarding the Quetelet prize

The Adolphe Quetelet Society can be contacted at:
The Adolphe Quetelet Society
Pr An Vandebosch
Turnhoutseweg, 30/5083
2340 Beerse
Email: AVANDEBO@its.jnj.com
The IBS can be contacted at its International Office:
International Biometric Society
1444 I Street NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005-2210, USA
Tel: +1-202-712-9049
Fax: +1-202-216-9646
Email: ibs@bostromdc.com