Biochemistry takes you back to the basics—studying living organisms from the perspective of the trillions of molecules that make them up. By drilling down to the most basic units, you can better understand things like the causes of diseases, the impact of food on our bodies and the influence of chemicals on the environment.
Boston is a hub for innovation in the sciences, and Gordon’s prime location on the North Shore offers unparalleled opportunities for immersive research and internship experiences. You’ll develop a full complement of lab skills as you work with expert faculty in our growing state-of-the-art spaces, and join in our pioneering work in the field of green chemistry—meaning sustainable chemistry that is safe for humans and the environment.
Biochemists excel in problem-solving and analytical thinking, conducting experiments and analyzing results with precision and accuracy. They also tend to be strong communicators, collaborators and leaders—important traits in any field, including:
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“The mentoring relationships with the faculty, especially the chemistry faculty and my research advisor Dr. Jennifer Noseworthy, really encouraged me to really ask myself what I am interested in and to pursue those things, even when it wasn't easy. Performing independent research challenged me to take responsibility for my own learning and investigate how I can use my interests to solve real problems.” Hear from others ➔
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