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Click to play Haas video2016 Violet Hass Award - The Department of Chemistry accepts this Purdue award recognizing the advancement of women on campus.

Oil and Water VideoHydrophobic Ambivalence: Teetering on the Edge of Randomness - Professor Dor Ben-Amotz analyzes the dependence of hydrophobic interactions on molecular size and temperature, as well as the balance of direct and water-mediated interactions.

Sculpture VideoLeighty Commons - How the LED caffeine molecule light sculpture was created and installed in WTHR.

A Day In the Life VideoA Day in the Life - Undergraduate student Rachel Clayton recently took a video camera and documented the typical day of a Chemistry major.

Study Abroad VideoStudy Abroad - Chemistry undergraduate Alex Parobek gives his perspective on his study abroad experience in Germany.

Negishi Biography VideoProfessor Ei-ichi Negishi - Big Ten Network biography of Chemistry's 2010 Nobel Laureate.

Dreyfus Presentation videoProfessor R. Graham Cooks - A replay of his Dreyfus Prize Ceremony and research presentation.

Properties of Water VideoUnveiling Electron Promiscuity - Professor Dor Ben-Amotz demonstrates recent evolutions in our understanding of electrons in water.

Portable Mass Spectrometry VideoPortable Mass Spectrometer detects Contaminants on Produce - Analytical Chemistry Professor R. Graham Cooks and his grad students are taking sophisticated instruments out of the lab and into the real environment with the potential to monitor fresh produce all along the supply chain.

Drug Discovery VideoDrug Discovery - Purdue Chemistry's impact on drug discovery with delivery.

Energy VideoEnergy Research - Purdue Chemistry's foundations in energy research and education.

OBuoy VideoOBuoy - Purdue Chemistry's involvement in developing the Arctic Ozone Buoy.

Instrumentation for Visually Impaired VideoDeveloping Instrumentation for Visually Impaired Students - Purdue Chemistry alumnus Cary Supalo has started a research park company that develops innovative solutions for accessible science. Watch how a visually impaired student identifies pH solutions.

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