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​Welcome to the DEPARTMENT OF

chemistry & biochemistry

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NEWS


Key research tool

New UD spectrometer can detect surface materials, down to individual atoms
 

Life cycle of a fact

Catherine Leimkuhler Grimes provides insight into the rigorous process that lies at the heart of science, and how knowledge comes to be.
 

A smashing journey through science

Pioneering chemist Professor Dame Carol Robinson to present Jefferson Lecture, May 2
 
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of students with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry are employed or pursuing further education
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of students with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry are employed or pursuing further education
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of students with a Master of Science in Chemistry and Biochemistry are employed or pursuing further education
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​Two-For-One Learning Ex​​perien​ce​​​​

​The Integrated Biology and Chemistry (iBC) course series provides students with the unique opportunity to study the two sciences simultaneously​ in both introductory courses and labs over two semesters.

“Part of this is about making the connections between biology and chemistry early on — to help students not only make those connections, but hold on to those connections,” said, Jacqueline Fajardo, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. “That’s the reason we see the benefit of this collaborative project.”