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Collaboration Is Key

The College of Science has been in the thick of the Purdue Moves campaign, a unified effort to grow the university’s leadership in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

In the College, we are looking to grow the Department of Computer Science in terms of student enrollment, facilities and professorships. With the opening of the Drug Discovery Building, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Phil Low’s decades of work in developing cancer treatment drugs is getting a new push, too.

No matter how big, every move forward that the College of Science makes usually requires some collaboration. In this issue of Insights, we explore how some of these collaborations work and how they came to be.

Features

  • Computer Science's Sunil Prabhakar and Jennifer Neville are leaders of the CS Moves initiative at Purdue

    Computer Science's Sunil Prabhakar and Jennifer Neville are leaders of the CS Moves initiative at Purdue

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  • Baeza Brothers prove mastery of mathematics is in the genes

    Baeza Brothers prove mastery of mathematics is in the genes

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  • Purdue backs Drug Discovery as part of Moves campaign

    Purdue backs Drug Discovery as part of Moves campaign

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  • BoilerMake draws 400 computer programmers from across the country

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  • Bio faculty collaborate with IU Medical School to help train next doctors

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