2019 NORTHEAST STUDENT CHEMISTRY RESEARCH CONFERENCE
The 21st Annual Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference (NSCRC) will be held on Saturday, May 4th 2019 at Simmons University.
We are excited to announce that our keynote speaker will be Dr. Chris Hudalla, founder & CSO of ProVerde Laboratories!
Dr. Christopher Hudalla received his Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of California in Santa Barbara. After 14 years with Waters Corporation, he used his expertise in analytical chemistry to start ProVerde Laboratories, a full service, state-of-the-art analytical laboratory providing testing, research and consulting services for the cannabis industry.
Abstract Submission Info
All who wish to present their research at the NSCRC must submit an abstract for their presentation by Friday, April 6th 2019.
Our poster boards are 48 inches wide by 36 inches tall and posters are attached with clips rather than push pins. Please plan accordingly to ensure your poster can be easily hung.
All attendees, including those presenting research as well as our own organizers and volunteers must be registered in advance via our Evenbrite page. The registration page can be accessed at https://nscrc2019.eventbrite.com
About the NSCRC
The Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference (NSCRC) is organized for students by students. It is devoted to the research of undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral chemistry students, providing an opportunity for students to share their work in a relaxing atmosphere. The day-long event features student poster and oral research presentations, awards, and catered lunch. The conference encourages students to network and get feedback from their peers. The 1st NSCRC was held April 24, 1999 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Click the links at the bottom of the page for info and photos from past conferences!
GENERAL INFORMATION FOR THE 2019 EVENT
The 21st Annual NSCRC will be held at Simmons University on Saturday May 4th, 2019.
The conference will be held inside the Main College Building located at 300 The Fenway.
A detailed schedule of the conference will be made available as we get closer to the event.