Devoted to research, the Chemistry & Biochemistry Building houses offices, an intimate auditorium, informal gathering spots, and laboratories that are used by faculty, graduate students and many undergraduate students.

Completed in 2007, the four-story building covers 89,613 square feet between Montana Hall and the Johnstone Center. Fourteen-foot ceilings accommodate ducts, water pipes and light fixtures.

 Chemistry and Biochemistry Building

Handicapped accessible

Upcoming events in Chemistry and Biochemistry Building

Elizabeth Arnold, PhD Defense, Department of Mathematical Sciences
Tuesday, October 25, 2016, from 2:10pm to 3:00pm

   Throughout the last twenty years, data analysis and statistics content, together with the integration of technology in the mathematics classroom, have gained increasing attention in the United States at the K-12 level. National and state standards now emphasize statistics concepts throughout high...   View Details

The Honors College Lecture Series presents a conversation with Jordan Kennedy and Michael Ruiz on Evolutionary Medicine and Osteoarthritis. Kennedy and Ruiz are two former Honors Students now attending Harvard.   View Details

Ph.D. Defense-Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Monday, October 31, 2016, from 2:10pm to 3:00pm

Mr. Alan Weaver will defend his Ph.D. in Biochemistry beginning with a seminar titled "Investigations into the Activity of Synthetic & Natural Products Against Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus.”   View Details

Ph.D Defense- Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Wednesday, November 2, 2016, from 11:30am to 12:30pm

Ms. Melissa McIntyre will defend her Ph.D. in Chemistry beginning with a seminar titled "In Operando Spectroscopy Studies of High Temperature Electrocatalysts Used for Energy Conversion."   View Details

Kopriva Science Seminar Series, Daniel Willems
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 4:10pm

Daniel Willems, a doctoral students in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and recipient of a Kopriva Graduate Student Fellowship, will give a talk as part of the College of Letters and Sciences's Kopriva Science Seminar Series.   View Details