Other local chapters and meetings
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The New Haven Section of the American Chemical Society was established in 1912. We promote public awareness of chemistry by being involved in outreach programs in our community and work with students to encourage an interest in the chemical science arena.Our membership is encompasses the New Haven county with 900+ members.
ACS - Western CT Section
The Connecticut Separation Science Council (CSSC) is a professionally oriented society that fosters the exchange of information in the separation sciences. The CSSC is currently active in many areas of the separation sciences, including applications in chemistry, biology, forensics, environmental sciences and pharmaceutical research. The main focus for our society is hosting monthly meetings throughout the state of Connecticut.
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AAPS - NERDG
The purpose of the AAPS Northeast Regional Discussion Group (NERDG) is to:Foster education in and knowledge of the pharmaceutical sciences;Provide a local forum at which all scientists interested in the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences may meet in professional and personal fellowship; andShare the scientific interests of researchers within the northeastern United States.
The ACS CVS is located in Western New England and encompasses parts of Connecticut and Massachusetts. We are one of the 189 Local Sections of the American Chemical Society. ACS Local Sections promote public awareness of chemistry by being involved in community outreach programs, recognizing exceptional science teachers and researchers and by working with students of chemistry and science with the ultimate goal of encouraging an interest in the chemical sciences.
We are a global community of industry, academic and regulatory professionals who work together to resolve scientific challenges in the field of biopharmaceutical development and regulation. CASSS members are dedicated to facilitating the sharing of resources, information, and best practices in order to advance scientific knowledge for the benefit of our members and the public at large. We do this through our family of conferences and forums that bring together the right people (experienced in the field), the right way (a culture of engagement), at the right time (timely, scientifically relevant content).