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Science News
On Friday April 8, 2011, 31 Science majors were among IUPUI’s 2011 "Top 100" Students honored for their academic success, extracurricular activities, and civic engagement. Rachel Rehlander, senior biology major, was named as IUPUI’s Most Outstanding...
Apr 14 2011
Researchers from IU campuses across the state partnered to submit 164 proposals for IU Collaborative Research Grant (IUCRG) funds, designed to facilitate and support outstanding research and cutting edge discoveries by teams who have not worked together...
Mar 3 2011
Professor Haibo Ge was recently announced as the recipient of a 2011 "Thieme Chemistry Journal Award" for promising young professors at the beginning of their independent academic careers. Award recipients are chosen by members of the editorial boards of...
Feb 27 2011
Profs. Lei Li and Millie Georgiadis were chosen from among 18 recipients IU-wide (out of 164 applicants) to receive an IU Collaborative Research Grant. The title of their project is: "Understanding SspC-DNA Interactions via Chemical, Biochemical, and...
Feb 27 2011
Recent research reported by Prof. John Goodpaster in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry was highlighted in C&E News. This research provides a first report on the dissolvable chemical contents of smoke-free tobacco products; the findings...
Feb 27 2011
The Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology at IUPUI is pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity for Ph.D. graduate study through the availability of a number of Life Sciences Chemistry Fellowships. These competitive fellowships carry an...
Feb 5 2011
IUPUI Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research The IUPUI Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research is a campus-wide honor recognizing the outstanding research and work of an IUPUI undergraduate student...
Jan 21 2011
Abstract submissions for the Third Annual IUPUI Research Day Student Poster Session will open Monday, January 24, 2011. Approximately 100 abstracts are anticipated for presentation by undergraduate, graduate and professional school students from any...
Jan 21 2011
Science News
Not many college students can say their efforts in the laboratory may lead to therapies for diseases that devastate millions of people worldwide, but chemistry students in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis can. As...
Jan 18 2011
Science News
The School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has received $943,000 from the National Science Foundation to increase the number and diversity of future life science researchers. Stephen Randall, Ph.D., associate...
Jan 7 2011