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Outstanding People and Events
Prof. Mario Monteiro
Congratulations to Professor Mario Monteiro for being recognized as one of the Royal Bank of Canada's Top 25 Canadian Immigrants for making a positive impact on the community since arriving in Canada.
Portrait of Prof. Adrian Schwan
Recognized as one of nine 'Outstanding Reviewers' by the Canadian Journal of Chemistry!
First page of key article
Acid mine drainage: electrochemical approaches to prevention, and remediation of acidity and toxic metals

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Upcoming Events
The Guelph-Waterloo Centre for Graduate Work in Chemistry and Biochemistry Undergraduate Socials
All third and fourth year Chemistry and Biochemistry students, please join us at an informal undergraduate social  for a chance to meet with faculty and current graduate students on both campuses of the Guelph-Waterloo Centre GWCto discuss potential graduate research options.
University of Waterloo
Tuesday October 23rd, 2018 (4:00-6:00 pm)
The Bombshelter Pub, University of Waterloo
University of Guelph
Wednesday October 24th, 2018 (4:00-6:00 pm)
The Brass Taps, University of Guelph
Please contact the GWC2 Office in advance if you require transportation to the other campus.  (519) 888-4567 ext. 38111 or email:
We are also extending this invitation to prospective students outside of our university.  For more details, please visit:
Poster Print Shop - Closed
Poster Print Shop - Closed
The Chemistry Poster Printer will be closed as of Dec 11, 2017.  The reopen date remains to be determined.
An informative walk through the process of designing a scientific poster. Many useful tips.
Archive photos of past departmental events.

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Department Contact
Acting Chair: Daniel Thomas 
PH 519-824-4120 ext. 53961 
FX 519-766-1499
The Guelph-Waterloo Centre for Graduate Work in Chemistry and Biochemistry offers a fantastic environment in which to pursue your M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree.
Minuscule particles that approach the atomic scale often display new and exciting properties that differ from those in the bulk material. Nanoscience studies these materials that are used across all the other science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering.
Toxicology studies the adverse effects of chemicals on humans and the ecosystem. To fully understand the adverse effects, Toxicology draws from a broad array of related fields of study.
A selection of resources aimed at High School teachers and students.