Michael VanNieuwenhze, a Standiford H. Cox Professor of Chemistry at IU Bloomington, is among the Indiana University researchers that collaborated on the study and invention of a new tool that highlights real-time tracking of structured activity from bacterial cell walls.
1st Place was awared to Antonio Cembellín Prieto (a senior at Indiana University-Bloomington) at the 24th Indiana University Undergraduate Research Conference. This research competiton is offered to all IU campuses and has a 3 phase review process of a large pool of applicants each year. Cembellín is an Undergraduate Research Lab Assistant (Dr. Cheng Kao's Lab), a record breaking IU Tennis player, and majoring in Biotechnology.
Adam Zlotnick's research is showcased leading into the next-level of innovation by the Indianapolis Business Journal. The IBJ acknowledged Zlotnick as an "influential serial entrepreneur”. The researchers interviewed for this article varied from Indiana higher education institutions, expertise, but all with the common ground of highlighting the importance of continuous research. The IBJ article identifies the connection between science and entrepreneurial advancement.
Matt Bochman is participating in the American Cancer Society - Real Men Wear Pink campaign to support the fight against breast cancer. Here's how you can help Matt Bochman reach his goal and learn more about the nationwide initative.
From Left to Right: Mingzhe Pan, Liam Scott, James Bower, Patrick Carmody
A recent proposal lead by Carl Bauer (MCB), Roger Innes (Biology), and David P. Giedroc (Lilly Chemistry) for the Major Scientific Equipment Fund (Bloomington Campus) will be utilized to continue valuable research on campus.
Congratulations to Carl Bauer, who was promoted by the IU Board of Trustees to distinguished professor.
Adam Zlotnick was among five IU faculty members to be named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Tuli Mukhopadhyay, John Patton, and Adam Zlotnick were interviewed for a virology episode.
Erkin Kuru selected as a winner of the University Graduate School Distinguished Ph.D. Dissertation Award
Congratulations to Erkin Kuru, whose dissertation “Fresh Approaches for Decorating Peptidoglycan Cell Walls Advance Fundamental Knowledge about Bacterial Growth" has been selected as a winner of the University Graduate School Distinguished Ph.D. Dissertation Award for 2017 in the Biological Sciences category.