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! 

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NUS Food Science Technology 
The NUS Food Science Technology (FST) Society aim to bring food, friends, and fun to the students, staff and alumni of the Food Science & Technology Programme under the Department of Chemistry in the National University of Singapore, the Food Science & Technology Society organises and hosts a series of welfare-related events to boost the morale of our members, bond Food Science staff and students across all levels and ages, and to promote the programme and interest in Food Science to the university and general public.
The society is currently under the service of its 10th Executive Committee. More information on the events organised by our society, contact details, and past activities are available on our facebook page.

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NUS Pharmaceutical Society 
NUS Pharmaceutical Society (NUSPS) serves to enrich and supplement student life in NUS Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science. NUSPS plays a vital role to be the bridge between the Department of Pharmacy and the student body

The goal for NUSPS is to engage members to participate in NUSPS activities, serving as a common platform to unite the five houses, NUSPS subcommittees and special projects. Beyond pharmacy, there are numerous opportunities with external stakeholders for collaboration. Some of which would include students from medicine, nursing and other allied healthcare professions. Furthermore, NUSPS serves to nurture a network with related healthcare professionals and industries.

Check out their website here:

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NUS Statistic Society

The NUS Statistics Society is committed to foster a community of students passionate about Statistics, Data Science, and Quantitative Finance; to ignite their interests, enhance their technical and industry-relevant skills, and to support students in their academic and career planning endeavours.

The society organises activities such as Workshops, Orientation Camps, Career Talks, Industrial Visits, and also our annual flagship event: the NUS Data Science Competition, striving to bring like-minded peers together and connect students with key industry partners.

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NUS Physics Society
NUS Physics Society aims to enrich and enhance the education for students within the NUS Physics community. Multiple aspects of a holistic education ranging from welfare to industry awareness have been considered and implemented for the students so as to ensure that students who have gone through the NUS Physics course will leave with more than just an educational degree.

Check out their website here:

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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, such as outreach events targeting younger students with the objective of popularising the study of Chemistry as well as meet the researchers event to aid final year students on their FYP..

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

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NUS Life Sciences Society

Life Sciences Society (LSS) aims to foster close relationships between students, alumni, and the department to build a tight-knit community through our events throughout the year. With nine different departments such as Academic Affairs, Welfare, and interest groups such as Environmental Biology Interest Group, LSS strives to guide students during their time in NUS and add vibrancy to their student life.



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Computer Based Learning Center

The NUS Science Computer Based Learning Centre (CBLC) are made up of individuals passionate about serving the student body through the teaching of IT software programmes such as Excel, photoshop and illustrator. In future, we plan to also start offering basic web development workshops to the student body.

We also serve the student body in other capacities by providing printing, photocopying and binding services on a daily basis.

In addition to empowering our members with IT knowledge, we aim to also provide a community where members can support one another throughout their university studies.


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