As with probably a lot of pure science undergrads, my dream goal is to become a researcher, academia or industry. As far as I know at the moment, I'm interested in the area of research that straddles physics and chemistry, and I'm not sure which one I should major in. Should I major in chemistry or physics? I've been comparing both fields' research topics through university research group pages, and I'm finding I like the style of physics more (e.g. focused more on the fundamental nature of atoms/molecules/materials), in topics like AMO and condensed matter. Also, it's more math heavy, which I think I'd like. So, I'm currently leaning towards physics, though I am a chemistry major currently. Any thoughts? Thanks.