OUR VISION: The Center for Macromolecular Science and Engineering promotes interdisciplinary collaboration in our polymer science and engineering program at the University of Florida and serves as a conduit between industry, government and UF. We stress a fundamental approach in our research while seeking solutions to practical problems. We pursue excellence in all our endeavors. Our conduct is characterized by ethics, integrity, and honesty.
The Colina Research Group has created a piece of software called PySimm that allows users to simulate molecular models.
Congratulations to Jacob Lessard for winning the annual Townes R. Leigh Prize for first year undergraduate researchers!
The University of Florida Department of Chemistry is ranked 35th in the world for graduate Chemistry research!
Dr. Wagener received the Paul J. Flory Polymer Education Award for outstanding achievements in promoting undergraduate and graduate polymer education.
Professor George Butler formed the Center in 1970. The Polymer program at UF is among the oldest in the United States.