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  • IU Biochemistry Program faculty member David Kehoe discovers highly complex communication system in aquatic cyanobacteria.
  • Biochemistry program faculty member Erin Carlson named Sloan Research Fellow.
  • Times Square big screen to display award-winning DNA segregation image from Claire Walczak's microscopy lab.
  • Biochemistry faculty members David Giedroc and Malcom Winker uncover protein's job protecting pneumonia-causing pathogen from copper poisoning.
  • Record number of Biochemistry faculty members named as AAAS Fellows.
  • Targeted peptide-estrogen combination found effective and safe for treating obesity in mice by Biochemistry faculty member Richard DiMarchi along with international collaborators.
  • Biochemistry program labs collaborate to find new diagnostic and antibiotic discovery tool.
  • Biochemistry program faculty member Pat Foster's research presents most extensive pictures ever of an organism's DNA mutation processes.
  • Biochemistry program faculty member Erin Carlson recipient of Cottrell Scholar award for research in chemistry.
  • IU biologist receives Department of Energy's top young faculty award.
  • NSF awards IU $3.82 million for Open Science Grid Operations Center.
  • Biochemistry faculty member Bogdan Dragnea awarded grant for HIV-1 research.
  • In search for a vaccine, IU biologist and Biochemistry Program faculty member, David Nelson, receives $2.3 million to explore chlamydia genomics.
  • Indiana University Vice President for Research Jorge Josť has announced that 17 teams of researchers, including IU Biochemistry graduate program faculty David Nelson and Kenneth Mackie, have been awarded IU Collaborative Research Grants, ranging from $13,000 to $70,000.
  • Grant to further research, study about chlamydia given to IU microbiologist David Nelson.
  • Research in Biochemistry graduate program faculty members, Clay Fuqua and Yves Brun, lab's was published this week in PNAS. The article references their labs' original paper on polar growth in bacteria.
  • Biochemistry Program faculty members Carl Bauer, David Clemmer, Patricia Foster and Peter Ortoleva are among 10 Indiana University faculty members to be awarded the distinction of Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • Study Of Arsenic-Eating Microbe Finds Doubters
  • IU researchers receive grant to curb sexually transmitted disease
  • Scientist at Work: Patricia Foster
  • IU project will evaluate ovarian cancer drug for clinical trials
  • Joseph Bonanno named dean of IU School of Optometry
  • New microscope at IU Bloomington breaks light microscopy resolution barrier
  • IU-OSU center gets $9 million more for cancer epigenetics.
  • Yves Brun, an Indiana University Bloomington microbiologist who has brought multidisciplinary rigor to the study of bacteria, has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology.
  • Richard DiMarchi, IU chemistry professor, discusses his lab's exciting new discovery on "Good Morning America." (July 14). Read the research publication by graduate student Jonathan Day.
  • Joseph Pomerening, a cell biologist at Indiana University Bloomington, is a 2009 Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences, the Pew Charitable Trusts.
  • Clay Fuqua, professor of Biology, has been awarded the 2009 American Society for Microbiology Indiana Branch Research Award.
  • IU Bloomington to receive $1.2 million for Huntington's disease research
  • Three Indiana University Scientists elevated to microbiology's top ranks
  • Dr. Carl Bauer was featured in an IU update. (Watch a video)
  • IU School of Medicine researchers get Komen grants
  • IU faculty members named Academic Leadership Program fellows for 2008-09
  • IU Bloomington chemists receive $2.9 million to study self-assembling viruses
  • New 18.8 Tesla nuclear magnetic resonance system is a powerful tool for IU's life scientists
  • New IU center shines (several kinds of) light on life sciences research
  • Purdue-IU partnership targets economic growth in bio and life sciences
  • Scientist at Work: Manjari Mazumdar
  • Simon Hall wins high honors in architecture competition
  • Pat Foster has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology. Election to the Academy recognizes excellence, originality, and creativity in the microbiological sciences. Congrats Pat!
  • Breaking down Huntington's disease one protein at a time