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Xing Liu and Kankan Wang use the Stop Flow Machine.

Breaking down the biochemical pathways of protein degradation

A scientists dips a tube of petunia petals into liquid nitrogen to freeze it for tissue harvest.

Stop and smell the volatile secondary metabolites

Ying Li works in greenhouse

Plant metabolism proves more complicated than previously understood

Students gather at Purdue Summer Science Program on campus at Purdue

Donation takes Summer Science Program to the next level

Joe Ogas, the newly appointed head of the Department of Biochemistry, in his biochemistry lab in Whistler Hall of Agricultural Research

Purdue Agriculture dean selects Ogas as new department head of biochemistry

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

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

Kwok Ki Ho works in biochemistry lab.

Behind the Research: Kwok Ki Ho

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

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