Fall 2016 E-Newsletter

Chemistry professor creates drug discovery video game
Prof. Gaurav Chopra and his team take players inside a digital protein and biological cell thanks to virtual reality.

CS professor publishes new innovation in digital sketching
Prof. Daniel Aliaga's latest visualization innovation quickens building design.

Purdue Computer Science makes cameo on 'Jeopardy'
The stellar department was the answer of Final Jeopardy in the Sept. 21 episode.

Siblings used Purdue Chemistry as a launching pad to medical school
Three of the Marshall siblings are now in medical school or are now practicing doctors with an excellent foundation gained from their years in Purdue Chemistry.

Women in Science event inspires students
Alumnae across the country returned to campus to share career experience and advice with Purdue Science students.

Purdue Science inducts 16 Outstanding Alumni for 2016
We honor these alumni for their tremendous accomplishments in their respective fields. All departments and the Actuarial Science program were well represented.

Purdue Science welcomes near 900 new students
The New Student Orientation saw 876 first-year students learn more about their departments while shooting hoops, playing giant Jenga and tossing bean bags.

Bio alumna, Olympic gold medalist returns to Purdue
Amanda Elmore won gold with the U.S. women's rowing team during the summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

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