Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences
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The Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences (CBMS) is a research intensive department of academics and students who study and teach chemistry and molecular cell sciences. The focus of our academics is at the exciting chemistry/biology interface, allowing our students to gain cross-disciplinary perspectives while developing discipline specific skills in chemistry and biomolecular sciences.
We apply this philosophy of studying “molecules to cells” to achieve a sustainable environment, understand health and disease, and advance new molecular technologies.
Research and teaching strength in CBMS includes analytical chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology, cellular biology, medicinal chemistry, microbiology, molecular biology and genomics, Synthetic Biology, organic/inorganic synthesis, proteomics and protein chemistry, physical chemistry.
Register for bridging courses in 2017
We are pleased to be offering courses in chemistry, mathematics and lab skills. There is a range of course options available.
These courses are a fantastic opportunity to get to know your fellow students and academics, brush up on your maths and science skills and gain the foundational knowledge you'll need to progress through your first years science studies at Macquarie.
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