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Prospective Students

Hands-on experience, state-of-the-art labs modelled on industry set-ups and innovative teaching approaches – all mark our undergraduate programs

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Graduate Studies

Award-winning researchers and state-of-the-art research facilities combined with cross-disciplinary collaborative opportunities give our students unparalleled opportunities to explore

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Research

Our faculty and students pursue cutting-edge, collaborative research, developing tools and techniques that improve lives and enhance our understanding of the world

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Analytical Services

We specialize in helping our academic and industry partners solve their analytical needs, including NMR and MS GMP testing of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs)

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Clubs & Societies

 
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McMaster Undergraduate Society for the Chemical Sciences (MUSCS)

The McMaster Undergraduate Society for the Chemical Sciences (MUSCS) is a student-run organization dedicated to enhancing the undergraduate experience for all Chemistry & Chemical Biology students. The MUSCS aims to advocate on behalf of Chemistry & Chemical Biology students while also hosting a variety of academic and social events.

Our biggest event is our annual Graduate Studies Information Session (GIS), where we invite representatives from leading Canadian universities to speak to students who are interested in pursuing graduate studies.

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