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Lalita Amos womenPurdue Foundry announces new program to help women entrepreneurs across the state

Officials from the Purdue Foundry on Tuesday (Oct. 6) announced a new program that will provide necessary resources to women entrepreneurs across Indiana.

Purdue professor solves 140-year fluid mechanics enigma

A Purdue University researcher has solved a 140-year-old enigma in fluid mechanics: Why does a simple formula describe the seemingly complex physics for the behavior of elliptical particles moving through fluid?

Pourpoint hydrogenU.S. Navy awards Purdue $3 million to advance alternative energy-related research, course development efforts

Purdue University researchers will tackle several alternative energy-related projects for the U.S. Navy and develop a power and energy course through a grant of nearly $3 million from the Office of Naval Research.

Purdue DARPA (ElectRx) project focuses on developing implantable, nerve- stimulating 'bionode' to treat inflammation

Purdue University will lead a $5.4 million interdisciplinary research project funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop a wireless implantable device for treating conditions resulting from the body's inflammatory response.

Nauman brainConcussions in youth sports featured Oct. 22 at Indiana State Museum's Science Night

The Purdue Neurotrauma Group will present their research and answer questions regarding concussions and young athletes on Oct. 22 at the Indiana State Museum.

Daniels recognizes generosity of Pinnacle Award honorees

Over the next week, Purdue University President Mitch Daniels will recognize several alumni with the President’s Council Distinguished Pinnacle Award for the significant impact their generous gifts have on university student and faculty programs, organizations, and initiatives. Pinnacle Awards recognize donors to the university who have given more than $1 million.

Purdue student video featured in national news about demand for statisticians

Statistics is one of the fastest-growing degrees in the U.S., but the growth may not be enough to satisfy the high demand for statisticians in technology, consumer products, health care, government, manufacturing and other areas of the economy, according to the American Statistical Association.

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