The academic societies of Science focuses on activities and events, usually targeted at their respective majors, with academic-related initiatives and more. Take a look below, at our academic societies! 

00. NUS Pharmaceutical Society

NUS Pharmaceutical Society 
NUS Pharmaceutical Society (NUSPS) has the unique position of being the sole representative of the Pharmacy student body in Singapore. The society acts as student ambassadors for NUS Pharmacy in the local and international scene, which offers NUSPS the opportunity to establish ties with organisations. Through these partnerships, students are given a chance to participate in a wide repertoire of events ranging from community involvement, pharmacy profession awareness and industrial engagements on the local scene to student exchange and international congresses on the global scene.

Check out their website here: http://nusps.org/
Facebook: 
https://www.facebook.com/nuspharmaceuticalsociety/

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NUS Physics Society
NUS Physics Society (PhySoc) is supported by an annually elected student management committee that is devoted to advance the welfare of our members. The outreach of PhySoc includes undergraduates, graduates and staff who have an interest in Physics, some of whom are from various departments, schools and faculties in NUS.

Check out their website here:
https://physics.nus.edu.sg/~physoc/beta/index.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nusphysoc/

CSS

NUS Chemical Sciences Society
The Chemical Sciences Society (CSS) is a collective managed by an annually elected student executive committee. CSS works closely with NUS Science Club and other academic societies to develop meaningful programmes for Chemistry undergraduates in order to promote a vibrant student life. By organising a wide range of activities, CSS aims to reach out to all Chemistry undergraduates by addressing their different needs and requests, including outreach events targeting younger students with the objective of popularising the study of Chemistry.

CSS strives to meet the academic and welfare needs of their peers, and continue to serve the cohort to their best ability.

Check out their website: www.chemsocnus.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NUSCSS/

Computer Based Learning Centrehttp://blog.nus.edu.sg/scicblc/

Mathematics Society - http://nusmathsoc.org/#/

Statistics Society - http://blog.nus.edu.sg/nustatsoc/

Food Science & Technology Society - http://nusfst.wixsite.com/blog

Environmental Studieshttps://blog.nus.edu.sg/envstudies/

Life Sciences Society - https://www.facebook.com/nuslifescisoc/