The power of modern computation allows us to decipher the mysteries of how molecules behave. Theory and simulation allow us to harness huge amounts of data collected on chemical, biological and physical systems and build predictive models. Computational chemists apply these models to design new materials, cure human disease and preserve our environment.
Graduate Students present their research at the annual WIC+ CADI Symposium
On Monday, November 20, graduate students from the Department of Chemistry presented a wide range of research in the Bush Room.