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Purdue scientists and their giant ideas propel the world toward answers to important questions in space exploration, artificial intelligence, health and longevity, and a sustainable planet. Ready to take giant leaps in science? Explore the College of Science's more than 40 degree programs in 7 highly ranked departments.

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Leading the way in Data Science

Professor Pyrak-Nolte with student
#1 Analytical chemistry graduate program
Top 10 in U.S. African-American Ph.D. recipients
#3 most STEM degrees awarded in U.S.
#1 Actuarial science program

College of Science News

Richard Kuhn and Michael Rossmann

Remembering Michael Rossmann

Michael Rossmann, Hanley Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences, died May 14 in West Lafayette, Indiana. He was 88. A giant in the field of structural biology, came to Purdue in 1964 and stayed nearly 55 years. He was a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society of London. We mourn his loss even as we celebrate his legacy and life well-lived.

Michael Rossmann 2017 Interview
Professor Chris Greene

Chris Greene elected to National Academy of Sciences

The Albert Overhauser Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy is one of only six NAS members on the Purdue campus.

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Integrative Data Science Initiative website launched

Standing at the forefront of innovation and discovery, Purdue's College of Science seeks to promote data science training and research for faculty, students and staff.

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