We push the limits of analytical science through cutting-edge instrumentation and fundamental studies for medicine, energy, and the atmosphere.
We are engaged in ground-breaking research at the interface of chemistry and biology, including bioinorganic, biophysical, and computational biology.
Energy and Environment
We address questions of how chemicals in our environment impact climate and health and the how energy needs of the future will be met.
We study the chemistry of the elements, with strong interdisciplinary efforts in inorganic materials, nanoscience, metalloenzymes, active matter, and catalysis.
Faculty explore a diversity of interdisciplinary research areas aimed at understanding the relationship between chemical structure, dynamics, and material properties.
We have a modern organic chemistry group with interests that include synthesis, methodology, polymers, electrochemistry, bioorganic, and organic materials.
We advance the frontiers of emerging and traditional areas of physical chemistry research, including spectroscopy, computation, dynamics, and biophysics.
Our tradition of excellence in theory and computational chemistry includes electronic structure, statistical mechanics, and multiscale modeling.
Participating in our varied research opportunities as a chemistry major, or a student from another university, can help jump-start your career.