Developing innovative technology for characterizing health hazards in the Robbat group... Learn More>>
Studying the highly dynamical reactions that occur at gas-surface interfaces in the Utz group.... Learn More>>
Identifying molecules to probe human disease mechanisms in the Kritzer Group... Learn More>>
Applying innovative sensors used to analyze the soil on Mars, to in-situ analysis of deep-sea vent chemistry... Learn More>>
Investigating the fundamental steps in methane clathrate formation in the Shultz group... Learn More>>

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The Tufts University Chemistry Department provides an exciting and intellectually stimulating environment for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in cutting edge research projects that encompass the many diverse interests of the faculty and reflects the highly interdisciplinary nature of chemistry and modern scientific research. While drawing heavily on the traditional chemistry subdisciplines, and assuring a well ground expertise in the fundamentals, we also provide the opportunity to explore beyond the traditional boundaries, from nano to planetary scales and atomic to biomolecular complexity! >> Download Department Brochure

News & Events

Congratulations to Prof. Rebecca Scheck on her recognition with a Tufts Collaborates Seed Grant, one of only two from the A&S faculty selected for this award and funding. More>>

Congratulations to Profs. Charlie Mace and Krishna Kumar on their selection for the Tufts Launchpad Acceleration Program. More>>

Dr. Diren Pamuk is the recipient of this year's Tufts AS&E Lerman-Neubauer Prize for Outstanding Teaching & Advising. More>>

Prof. Kounaves has received the
ACS Kavli Award for Innovations in Chemistry, presented at the April National Meeting in Orlando. More>>

Prof. Mace has received a prestigious NSF CAREER award, given to junior faculty that exemplify outstanding research and education. More>>

Prof. Mace has been named an "Emerging Investigator" by the RSC journal Analytical Methods. More>>