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2014 News

Fluorescent cancer fix
12/18/2014

New conversion process turns biomass into lucrative chemical products
12/17/2014

New conversion process turns biomass waste into lucrative chemical products
12/17/2014

Purdue professors elected as fellows of National Academy of Inventors
12/17/2014

DESI turns 10
12/15/2014

Purdue recruiting more out-of-state students
11/29/2014

Fat detecting sensor could help diagnose heart disease
11/25/2014

New technology could light up cancer cells during surgery
11/19/2014

Purdue Profiles, Mingji Dai
11/18/2014

Startup in India commercializes Purdue innovation to make MR imaging more effective, less toxic
11/6/2014

Student Preparing for Military Deployment
10/31/2014

Why plants don’t get sunburn
10/29/2014

In Memoriam: Chemistry Alumnus and Manhattan Project Researcher
10/28/2014

Purdue research grants as lfeline for Greater Lafayette
10/28/2014

Purdue-based startup shines light on heart disease severity, location
10/28/2014

Did You Know? Leighty Commons
10/17/2014

NIH awards $640,000 grant to improve diagnosis of diseases before onset of symptoms
10/15/2014

NIH awards $1 million grant to life sciences firm in Purdue Research Park
10/1/2014

Chemistry professor turns to Passport to teach students basic lab skills
9/25/2014

Purdue alumnus C.N.R. Rao returns to campus for lecture
9/19/2014

Natural gas alone is not magic weapon against climate change
9/15/2014

Discovery Park celebrates opening of Drug Discovery Building
9/5/2014

Quantum Chemistry’s Modular Movement
8/25/2014

Did You Know? Analytical chemistry at Purdue
8/20/2014

Water molecules favor negative charges
7/16/2014

Purdue-designed tool helps guide brain cancer surgery
7/9/2014

Professor Cooks and former student win Nobel Signature Award for Graduate Education in Chemistry
5/27/2014

Biofuel research at core of Purdue-Navy agreement
5/15/2014

CASPiE offers plebes, yearlings authentic research opportunity
5/14/2014

Jonathan Amy presented Honorary Doctorate
5/12/2014

Negishi Sculpture Unveiling
4/19/2014

A few 'problem wells' source of greenhouse gas at unexpected stage of natural gas production
4/14/2014

Purdue researchers launch innovative biomass renewable energy company
3/27/2014

Nanotube coating helps shrink mass spectrometers
3/25/2014

Analytical classroom stretches across the state
3/24/2014

Chasity Love
3/23/2014

discovery leads to Endocyte drug that receives positive opinion from EU regulatory body
3/21/2014

Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. celebrates 40 years
3/13/2014

Purdue, Houston Methodist partner to take drug discoveries from the 'bench top to the bedside'
3/13/2014

High cholesterol in prostate tumours
3/12/2014

Nobel Laureate Signature Award For Graduate Education In Chemistry
2/24/2014

Professor Thompson studying neurodegenerative disorder
2/17/2014

Harrison Teacher picked for Science Teacher Fellowship
2/6/2014

2013 Dreyfus Prize for Prof. Cooks
2/5/2014

Alum company recognized
2/4/2014

2014 Forty Under 40: Ayanna Jackson
2/1/2014

New Strategy Emerges for fighting Drug-resistant Malaria
1/28/2014

George C. Pimentel Award In Chemical Education
1/27/2014

Purdue begins search for next provost
1/10/2014

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