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Chemistry

School of Science announces Top 100 Students for 2020

The IUPUI Top 100 Student Recognition Award honors students for their strength in scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities on campus, and civic and community service.

Nominations are made by IUPUI faculty and staff and then selected by a panel of alumni, faculty, and staff.

The awards are sponsored by the IUPUI Alumni Council and the Student Organization for Alumni Relations (SOAR).

  • Cancelled: Distinguished Alumni Award and Reception

  • Biosensor Arrays Enabling Precision Medicine

  • Multiscale Simulations of Kinase Conformational Dynamics, Catalysis and Regulation

  • From Microbes to Medicines

  • Medicines Development: Innovation, Risk, and Making Patients' Lives Better

  • Innovation in Discovery: Synthetic Methods to Delivery New Leads for Crop Protection

  • Chemist Geraldine Richmond speaks at Inaugural Dr. Frank J. Welcher Chemistry Lectureship

    The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at IUPUI hosted the inaugural Dr. Frank J. Welcher Chemistry Lectureship with a talk by chemist Geraldine Richmond, Ph.D. This lectureship will be an annual event to honor distinguished chemistry professor Frank J. Welcher, Ph.D.

    NIH awards $400,000 to IUPUI to explore protein folding

    IUPUI chemist Ian Webb, PhD. has received a $400,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study protein folding using ion mobility mass spectrometry, a technique that distinguishes molecules based on their size and mass.

    NIH awards $429,000 to IUPUI to develop breathalyzer to diagnose diabetic ketoacidosis

    IUPUI chemist Sébastien Laulhé, PhD., has received a $429,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a breathalyzer test for diabetic ketoacidosis, a complication of diabetes that produces high levels of ketones causing blood to become more acidic. If untreated, diabetic ketoacidosis can prove fatal. 

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