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. Including companies such as Bristol-Myers Squibb, Melinta, Unilever.
Universities in the New Haven area include Yale University, University of New Haven, and Southern Connecticut State University
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On October 10: To celebrate the National Chemistry Week theme, Professor. Thomas Fleming from SCSU will be presenting his work on a relevant topic.
Title :"Geochemistry Rocks”
Location: Eli’s in Hamden
Another speaker for an early November meeting is also planned and the details are coming soon........
NCW 2016 will take place on October 16 – 22, 2016.
Theme: "Solving Mysteries through Chemistry", Exploring the chemistry of fibers and forensics.
Abstract submission for the Undergraduate Research Symposium has been extended to Monday April 4th! The link to submit your abstract may be found on the Undergraduate Symposium page.
Symposium attendees may pre-register for the event until the Friday April 22nd. You must be pre-registered in order to receive lunch and be eligible for the raffle drawing.
The New Haven section is pleased to host the First Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium at Southern Connecticut State University!
The symposium program will feature both oral and poster presentations given from undergraduate students conducting research at local universities within New Haven and Fairfield Counties. Presentation topics will cover research in fields such as nanotechnology, forensics, biochemisty, chemical engineering, polymer science, green chemistry, sustainability, and many more.
For more information please visit the Undergraduate Research Symposium webpage