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Building Fundamental Knowledge to Arm Medical Science

Professor David Fushman studies proteins involved in regulating important cellular processes that are often hijacked by viruses, bacteria and even cancer. To win a war, you must not only know your enemy, you mu
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Pavan Ravindra Solves Equations—and Rubik’s Cubes

Pavan Ravindra, solving Rubik’s Cube in 5.58 seconds The room was totally silent as Pavan Ravindra decided what his move will be. Would he try the techniques he perfected in practice or throw caution to t
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Ph.D. Student Stephanie Gnewuch Studies the Beauty of Chemistry

Ruby red. Sapphire blue. Sparkling crystals. To see something this beautiful, most people would have to go to their local jewelry store or visit a nearby museum. But Stephanie Gnewuch gets to look at beautiful
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Chemistry Alumnus Rick Capozza has a Good Eye

Following a successful career in the vision industry, Capozza gives back to today’s students Whether it’s being able to spot a great photo or creating technology to help people see better, Rick Capozza (Ph.
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Distinguished University Professor Chris Jarzynski Elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Jarzynski is a statistical physicist and theoretical chemist who models the random motions of atoms and molecules using mathematics and statistics
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Professor Jarzynski awarded 2020 Guggenheim Fellowship

Jarzynski was recognized for demonstrating an exceptional capacity for productive scholarship in statistical physics and theoretical chemistry