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Konstantin is a research and development scientist with EnvrioLogix in Portland, Maine, and Yoder is a rising senior biochemistry student at Purdue University.

Cultivating the Future: Bryn Yoder

Student Madelyn Pierce poses with a red soil probe and yellow bucket in front of a tall, green field of corn

Cultivating the Future: Madelyn Pierce

Purdue University’s Isaiah Mensah (left), a PhD student in biochemistry, and Humaira Gowher, associate professor of biochemistry, and their collaborators have published new insights on the embryonic development of mammals.

Purdue experiments clarify critical molecular stages of mammalian development

Wisecaver sits at microscope investigating alga blooms

Exposing the hidden genetic diversity of an ecologically harmful microbe

Nathan Tuchscherer in front of Cincinnati Childrens hospital

Cultivating the Future: Nathan Tuchscherer

Clint Chapple sits in lab at Purdue

Experiments identify important new role of chemical compounds in plant development

Jiaxin Long

Jiaxin Long - Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

Isabel Lowry on an empty lacrosse field

Student-coach gets her point across to high school team

W. Andy Tao, professor of biochemistry at Purdue, led a team with Anton Iliuk of Purdue spinoff Tymora Analytical Operations to apply the company’s EVtrap technology to early testing for neurodegenerative diseases and cancer

New liquid biopsy method offers potential for noninvasive Parkinson’s disease testing

Kwok Ki Ho works in biochemistry lab.

Behind the Research: Kwok Ki Ho

Kyle Cottrell, professor of biochemistry at Purdue University

Kyle Cottrell’s path to NIH early career award began at community college

Jennifer Wisecaver conducts research

Wisecaver named University Faculty Scholar, looks to future research efforts

Biochemistry lab setting

Biochemistry professor honored for groundbreaking research

A blanket of snow covers the Agricultural Administration Building.

College of Agriculture welcomes three new faculty members this spring

Professor Andrew Mesecar in lab.

Mesecar appointed Distinguished Professor Biochemistry

Photo of eyes

Visionaries: Fruit flies may provide insight on aging eyes in humans

Vikki Weake

Visionaries: Building a community of researchers

Group of students

College of AG recognizes top students during Spring Awards Banquet

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