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Big Bang or Bust
For four physics graduate students, television's hit sitcom "The Big Bang Theory" about brilliant but socially awkward scientists is factual, fabulously entertaining, and , most importantly, has helped physics go mainstream

Biology With A Side of Bike Polo
Biological Sciences PhD candidate Caleb Trujillo's bike polo hobby is as unique as his biology education research.

Class Notes
See what alumni from all eras of the College of Science are up to today.

Field Notes: From West Lafayette
Distinguished Professor Mikhail Atallah gives an update on the latest in cyber security and his company, Arxan Technologies.

New Material Could Benefit Next-Generation Quantum Computing
Physics Prof. Michael Manfra brings in $1 million grant to create material that forces electrons into rare states that could lead to important findings in quantum computing.

Path to The Marketplace
From Freshmen to Faculty to Alumni. From Research to Entrepreneurship to Business. Purdue Scientists Discover and Deliver.

Q and A With Peter Hollenbeck
Peter Hollenbeck has been fascinated with cell biology ever since he received a miniature microscope for Christmas at age 10.

The Science of Help
It's 8 p.m. on a Thursday. The weekend is almost here. The only problem is the math homework looks like it's written in an alien language. COSINE to the rescue.

Up, Up and Away
Physics outreach took to the skies over Indianapolis in March when a group of Purdue students and instructors teamed with a high school student and teacher for a hot air balloon trip to measure cosmic rays at ten thousand feet.

The Stuff of Legend
On a windy October afternoon in Indianapolis, workers from the Indiana Forensic and Health Sciences Laboratories and Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) lined the hallway of the employee entrance in anxious excitement.

Last Word: The Importance of Invention
Alongside our students, our alumni must also be applauded for their innovation.