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Inorganic Chemistry

IU researchers uncover protein's job protecting pneumonia-causing pathogen from copper poisoning

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A team of chemists and biologists led by Indiana University chemistry professor David Giedroc has described a previously unknown function of a protein they now know is responsible for protecting a major bacterial pathogen from toxic levels of copper. The results were published Jan. 27 in Nature Chemical Biology. Full Story >>

IU chemists Carlson, Skrabalak named Cottrell Scholars

Erin Carlson and Sara Skrabalak

Erin E. Carlson and Sara E. Skrabalak, assistant professors of chemistry at IU Bloomington, are among the 11 recipients in 2012 of Cottrell Scholar awards, a highly selective program that recognizes early-career researchers and promotes outstanding teaching. Carlson also has been awarded a 2012 National Science Foundation Faculty CAREER Award, the foundation's most prestigious award in support of junior faculty. Full Story >>