Study shows local seismic isolation and damping methods provide optimal protection for essential computing equipment
In experiments aimed at securing essential electronic equipment, a team of researchers led by earthquake engineer Claudia Marin-Artieda is seeking solutions for protecting computer servers, backup power units, and other high-tech equipment by employing locally installed passive seismic protective systems, such as base isolation and damping.
NSF awards Animated Dynamics $150,000 to develop microscope attachment to more fully study cell dynamics
The National Science Foundation has awarded a six-month SBIR Phase I grant worth $150,000 to Animated Dynamics Inc. to develop a microscope attachment to help scientists study the motion and dynamics inside a cell.
Children and teens constantly plugged into personal listening devices, such as phones, computers or music players, could be harming their ears without realizing it, says a Purdue University audiologist.
Exploring the culture of the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago is the focus of the Fall Cultural Arts Series at the Purdue University Black Cultural Center.
The final public meetings for an initiative to address the future of pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure on Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus will be Wednesday (Sept. 3). The bicycle consulting team of Rundell Ernstberger Associates LLC and Toole Design Group will submit their recommendations later this fall.
Latino Heritage Month and Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) are among the fall-semester events scheduled for Purdue University's Latino Cultural Center.
Adults interested in learning Chinese for business, travel or fun, can register for an evening class offered by the Confucius Institute at Purdue.