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Purdue researcher awarded $1.3 million for malaria drug trials in Southeast Asia and Africa

A Purdue researcher is taking a giant leap forward in the fight against drug-resistant strains of malaria in developing countries.

2023 Annual Meeting of Greater Indiana Society for Neuroscience at Purdue celebrates collaborative advancements in neuroscience research

The College of Science at Purdue was among the supporters of the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Greater Indiana Society for Neuroscience held at Purdue Memorial Union on Sept. 8. The event brought together leading neuroscientists, researchers, and trainees from Purdue University as well as Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana University School of Medicine and School of Science, and the University of Notre Dame.

New bio-based glues from Purdue form adhesive bonds that grow stronger in water

Patent-pending formulations could be used to restore coral reefs and have applications in construction, biomedical, dental, food, cosmetics and other fields.

First-in-class targeted microRNA therapy slows cancer tumor growth

A new cancer therapy developed by Purdue University researchers attacks tumors by tricking cancer cells into absorbing a snippet of RNA that naturally blocks cell division.

ICHE awards STEM Teacher Recruitment Grant to Dr. Lynn Bryan’s CATALYST Team

For the fourth time, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE) awarded a STEM Teacher Recruitment Grant to the Center for Advancing the Teaching and Learning of STEM (CATALYST) for innovative programming. The Executive Director of CATALYST is Lynn Bryan, professor in the College of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the College of Science’s Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Purdue College of Science highlights and strategic goals- Summer 2023

With the start of the new academic year right around the corner, we take some time to review some recent highlights and some of the things we get to look forward to as Purdue’s College of Science.

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