By challenging our students through rigorous classes, from computational chemistry to bio-chemistry, we prepare our Chemistry majors for the next step toward graduate school, pre-health profession school, or any chemistry career. The breadth and flexibility of the Chemistry program allows all Chemistry and Biochemistry students o finely tune their degrees to best reach their goals.

Taylor offers numerous chemistry research opportunities that build resumes and count toward academic credit. Some grant programs, such as Taylor's Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Scholarship program, pay students to do research projects during the summer or academic year and gain hands-on experience with spectroscopic, spectrometric, electrochemical, chromatographic, and hybrid analytical instrumentations.

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Submissions from 2019

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Development of Ruthenium Drugs as Anticancer Agents, Daniel Boy

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Atomic Layer Deposition Applications in Nanotechnology, Alexandra Burke

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Senior Chemistry Thesis, Elisha North

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Dentin Biomodification Potency of Proanthocyanidins, David J. Ryker

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Drug Improvement and Design Involving G-Protein Coupled Receptors, Gabriel Saliba

Submissions from 2018

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Development of Chemistry Activities for Local Outreach in STEM, Emily Knight

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Educational Resources: Curie Point Engine, Emily Knight

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Educational Resources: Exchange Rates and Unit Conversion, Emily Knight

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Educational Resources: Homemade Fluorometer, Emily Knight

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Educational Resources: Ionic Matching, Emily Knight

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Educational Resources: Magnets, Emily Knight

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Educational Resources: Polymers, Emily Knight