Research and Instruments

At ATU, students produce their own research with faculty guidance. It’s one of the advantages of attending TECH where your professors work alongside you and are dedicated to getting you ready for life beyond the undergraduate experience.

Faculty members are excited to work on a variety of research projects with our students during the academic year in volunteer positions, for credit (see CHM 499x/495x), to work toward "Honors" recognition, or in the summer as part of the interdisciplinary research projects or on externally funded research programs. 

The Chemistry Department is housed in the McEver building. Within our teaching and research laboratories, we have diverse equipments for studies in organic chemistry, biochemistry,  inorganic and physical chemistry.  These include, but are not limited to, the following:

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Major Instrumentation
Standard Small Equipments
Computational facilities