MAKING MOLECULES THAT MATTER
BREAKING GOOD is a citizen science project that aims to empower high school and undergraduate students to be active researchers in projects that will improve human health.
This educational project promotes STEM to young people through involvement in a real research project that is part of a public domain, open science consortium. Students conduct literature and database research followed by chemical synthesis to generate important medicines or discover new ones.
By making “molecules that matter” students work together with professionals to develop essential research skills, make new discoveries and contribute research data towards the solution of important public health needs.