SUNY College at Oswego (Biochemistry)
University at Buffalo (Master's)
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My name is Jack and I am a 21 year old graduate student at the University at Buffalo. I am currently working on my masters degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering. My undergraduate studies culminated in a Bachelors of Science degree in Biochemistry. Although my studies mainly stay in the field of chemistry I have used, and enjoy, semi-advanced levels of mathematics.
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I don't promise to know the answer to every question immediately, but I am confident that no matter the problem I we can find a solution and method of solving it that makes sense to whomever may need to learn the material. Hello potential tutee,
My name is Jack and I am a 21 year old graduate student at the University at Buffalo. I am currently working on my masters degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering. My undergraduate studies culminated in a Bachelors of Science degree in … Read more
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