Dr. Anthony Williams, creator of the ChemConnector blog and founder of ChemSpider is coming to Boston to speak to the NSYCC about digital presence. This is an awesome opportunity to learn how to market yourself digitally from a highly respected expert.
Why do some scents quicken our pulse? Join us to explore the art of chemistry through the production of perfumes used in household products. Join three industry experts as they break down the science of fragrances and how chemists are working to find love potion #9.
Join us Tuesday, February 11 for a viewing of the national YCC webinar, “The Chemistry of Scent and Fragrance.”
We’ll be meeting at 6:30 in Chem Central (room 115), Hurtig Hall, Northeastern University for pizza. The webinar begins at 7:00. Following the event we will be heading to Our House for a social hour (cash bar).
Register on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1456405247906957/
Join us on January 29th for our annual networking social! We will be hosting our event at Tavern in the Square, Central Square starting at 6pm. We’ll have free food, drinks and NSYCC swag.
Please RSVP to our facebook event. See you there!
The January meeting of the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society will take place on January 16, 2014. The topic for discussion will be “Alternate Careers for Chemists, or What Do I Want to Be When I Grow Up?”
Flyer for the January meeting including directions, dinner reservation information and more is available to view here: Jan NESACS Meeting
We look forward to seeing you there!
In the return of a popular NESACS tradition, NESACS members, and friends of NESACS are invited to Fenway Park on Friday, May 10th to watch the Red Sox play the Toronto Blue Jays. Our right field grandstand seats are priced at $35 and include handling charges. These tickets will go fast! Reserve your seats by mailing your check (payable to NESACS) to Anna Singer, 12 Corcoran Road, Burlington, MA 01803. Questions (but not reservations) may be sent to email@example.com.
The Younger Chemists Committee will attend the monthly Science by the Pint events and we have a table in the back room of the Burren (located at the Davis Square T-stop). Visiting scientists and their graduate students visit each table, giving us a great opportunity to not only meet other YCC members, but meet scientists in different disciplines as well, expanding your network while learning about the “hottest scientific” topics from those doing the research!