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liu labNon-toxic underwater adhesive could bring new surgical glue

Purdue University associate professor Julie Liu, at left, and doctoral student Sydney Hollingshead, prepare to test a new protein-based adhesive underwater. (Purdue University image/Erin Easterling)

Rossmann graphicNew mechanism to destroy viruses could lead to future therapies

Researchers at Purdue University have uncovered the way some antibodies neutralize infections caused by viruses.

Slider algaeTechnology could transform microalgae into bio-based chemicals to increase biofeedstock, reduce landfill waste

Gen3Bio Inc., a Purdue Foundry-affiliated company, is developing a unique process that could more effectively and affordably transform microalgae into bio-based chemicals to maximize the value of biofeedstock and reduce landfill waste.

Imaging recordingMRI device could bridge neuro-technologies for medical diagnostics, increase patient safety

A technology being developed at Purdue University could provide an affordable, smart, self-learning device that, when placed into existing MRI machines could allow medical professionals to monitor patients more effectively and safely, by performing concurrent medical imaging and recording for diagnostic purposes.

Purdue to focus on STEAM, Purdue Polytechnic High School Indianapolis, youth development at 2017 Indiana Black Expo

STEAM education, Purdue Polytechnic High School Indianapolis and youth development will be Purdue University's focuses at the 47th annual Summer Celebration of the Indiana Black Expo.

True-bandGiving to Purdue hits all-time-high $351.9 million, sets records for total donors and student support

A record 85,465 Purdue alumni, faculty, staff, retirees, students, parents and friends donated to the university during the fiscal year that ended June 30, spurring 2016-17 to an all-time-high $351.9 million raised for the year. It marks the first time in Purdue’s history that donors have contributed more than $300 million a year for three years in a row.

Lilly and Purdue University announce strategic research collaboration

Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) and Purdue University on Thursday (July 6) announced a strategic collaboration to conduct life science research. The five-year agreement, where Lilly will provide up to $52 million, marks Purdue’s largest strategic collaboration with a single company.

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