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Our mission encompasses chemical and biochemical education in a broad sense, the generation of new knowledge and technology, and service to the scientific community and the public at large.


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Research as an integral part of our mission towards gaining fundamental and applied knowledge, with the goal of discoveries that benefit humankind and training the next generation workforce.


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Molecular understanding is central to asking and answering many important questions, so we educate thousands of students on our campus every year. Our majors get degrees in either Chemistry or Biochemistry, with opportunities to focus on a variety of undergraduate tracks or graduate specializations. We also provide training for those interested in education as a career, including opportunities to work with our faculty who are teaching experts in the pursuit and publication of research in chemical education.


The annual retreat at Banning Mills featured research by departmental graduate students and postdocs.
Georgia Tech researchers have uncovered eco-friendly bacterial proteins that stabilize methane clathrates, offering a green solution to climate challenges and potential implications for astrobiology.
This summer, eight students in the Biomolecular Engineering, Science, and Technology study abroad program in Lyon, France were able to explore the city's rich history of silk production in an unlikely place: a biology lab.
The College of Sciences graduate students were chosen as 2023-24 Herbert P. Haley Fellowships for their research and academic achievements
Newly arrived at Georgia Tech, Associate Professor and Georgia Research Alliance Distinguished Investigator Jason Azoulay of the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the School of Materials Science and Engineering has put together two interdisciplina