Biochemistry focuses on the chemical processes occurring in the wide variety of living systems and touches essentially all aspects of our own lives. Our Northeastern program engages you in two integrated paths to a career in biochemistry: rigorous coursework that prepares you to interpret the ever-expanding knowledge base and hands-on learning that positions you to leverage cutting-edge technology to solve fundamental problems in the chemistry of life.

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Jan 22nd, 2018
Prof. Alla Grishok of Boston University School of Medicine presents: “RNA and chromatin connections: lessons from C. elegans"
Jan 31st, 2018
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