The BYU Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry is proud to work on behalf of BYU and participate in chemical research of great merit.
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The BYU Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry is one of BYU's leading research departments. The Chemistry Department lays claim to outstanding faculty, students, graduate students, and staff, and has displayed and continues to display remarkable success in areas including calorimetry, macrocycles, cancer therapy, and chromatography.
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