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1. Mark Diekman, head and shoulders portrait Mark Diekman, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty; Purdue University Faculty. Mark Diekman, professor of animal sciences, and winner of PACADA's Outstanding Advisor Award on Feb. 2, 2009.

2. Berenice Carroll, head and shoulders portrait Berenice Carroll, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. Berenice Carroll, professor of political science and women's studies and winner of the 2009 Violet Haas Award

3. Michael Capano in laboratory at Purdue's Discovery Park Michael Capano in laboratory at Purdue's Discovery Park Purdue University--Faculty;Engineering Purdue University Faculty. Michael Capano, a Purdue associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, does research on graphene electronics in his laboratory at Discovery Park’s Birck Nanotechnology...

4. Carl Drummond, head and shoulders portrait Carl Drummond, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty;Geology Purdue University Faculty. Carl Drummond, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of geology

5. Joseph Garner in laboratory Joseph Garner in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Mice Purdue University Faculty. Joseph Garner, assistant professor of animal sciences

6. Rado Gazo in laboratory Rado Gazo in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Laboratories Purdue University Faculty. Rado Gazo inspects a router as it makes cuts in a sheet of medium-density fiberboard. Gazo found that cryogenically treating and then cooling router bits as they make cuts could...

7. Arden L. Bement, Jr., head and shoulders portrait Arden L. Bement, Jr., head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. Arden L. Bement, Jr., director of the National Science Foundation and former head of School of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue

8. Gebisa Ejeta in laboratory Gebisa Ejeta in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Agriculture;Laboratories Purdue University Faculty. Gebisa Ejeta, Distinguished Professor of Agronomy at Purdue and winner of World Food Prize

9. Ken Foster, head and shoulders portrait Ken Foster, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. Ken Foster, head of Department of Agricultural Economics

10. Mike Hasegawa in laboratory Mike Hasegawa in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Laboratories Purdue University Faculty. Mike Hasegawa discovered a process that regulates the genes in seeds that control germination and seedling development. When a peptide is attached to a particular protein in...

11. Ahmed Hassanein, head and shoulders portrait Ahmed Hassanein, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. Ahmed Hassanein, head of the School of Nuclear Engineering

12. Joseph Irudayaraj in laboratory Joseph Irudayaraj in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. Purdue professor Joseph Irudayaraj uses a magnet to attract tiny magnetic particles in a solution. Irudayaraj designed nanoprobes with gold and magnetic particles that could...

13. Mark Hilton giving lecture in Ethiopia Mark Hilton giving lecture in Ethiopia Purdue University--Faculty; Veterinary medicine;Ethiopia Purdue University Faculty. Mark Hilton, Purdue veterinarian and clinical professor of food and animal production medicine, explains to veterinary students in Ethiopia how to properly trim cow hooves.

14. Scott Jackson in laboratory Scott Jackson in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Laboratories;Computers Purdue University Faculty. Purdue researcher Scott Jackson looks at an image of the rice genome. He traced the evolutionary history of rice in an effort to improve future varieties.

15. Kevin Keener in laboratory Kevin Keener in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty;Tomatoes; Purdue University Faculty. Kevin Keener's in-bag ozonation method creates ozone in packaged foods by using high-voltage coils to charge the gas inside sealed food packages, effectively killing any bacteria...

16. Gerard Paul, head and shoulders portrait Gerard Paul, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty; Purdue University Faculty. Gerard Paul, adjunct professor in the consumer sciences and retailing department at Purdue, honored as a "Friend of Purdue"

17. George Shanthikumar, head and shoulders portrait George Shanthikumar, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty; Purdue University Faculty. George Shanthikumar, professor in Krannert School of Management

18. Mary J. Wirth, head and shoulders portrait Mary J. Wirth, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty;Chemistry Purdue University Faculty. Mary J. Wirth, the W. Brooks Fortune Professor of Chemistry

19. John Lumkes in laboratory John Lumkes in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. John Lumkes found that a 20 percent blend of biodiesel fuel performed as well in trucks as the standard ultra-low sulfur diesel. Differences in the fuels’ performances were...

20. Fred Mannering, head and shoulders portrait Fred Mannering, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University--Faculty;Engineering Purdue University Faculty. Fred Mannering, the Charles Pankow Professor of Civil Engineering
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