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Topic in Depth - Research at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology

Screenshot This Topic in Depth presents an interdisciplinary collection of annotated links to resources concerning the interface of chemistry and biology. Here, visitors will find links to many research groups, and their publications in biochemistry and chemical biology.
The Shair Group
Chemist Matthew Shair at Harvard University presents his lab's research in the "syntheses of naturally occurring complex molecules that challenge the...
Computational Biology and Chemistry
This website addresses the research of Bruce Donald's lab at Duke University in the use of Physical Geometric Algorithms (PGA) to better understand...
Bradley Group
Visitors can discover Professor Mark Bradley's and company's use of combinatorial chemistry to synthesize many compounds efficiently. The website features...
Department of Chemistry at NYU
On this site, New York University Department of Chemistry presents its various research interests including Chemical Biology, Biomolecular and Biophysical...
CBIT: Chemistry - Biology...
This website describes the courses, student projects, and grants of the interdisciplinary Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) Training Program at the University...
The University of Delaware...
The University of Delaware features its multidisciplinary graduate program where students perform research in biochemistry, biochemical engineering, bioorganic...



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