Purdue-affiliated startup commercializes low-cost technology to better provide drinking water in developing countries
A Purdue-affiliated startup has developed a low-cost, low-maintenance slow sand water filter technology to better provide clean and safe drinking water to schools and communities in developing countries around the world.
Representatives from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory and others will converge on Purdue University next week.
Utilizing advances in soil-mapping technology, Purdue University student Ryan Schroeder has confirmed the location of an unknown piece of endangered Indiana prairie known as gravel hill prairie.
Purdue University's tradition of building solar cars for competition reached the quarter-century mark this year with another addition to the long line of vehicles.
Purdue Research Foundation officials on Wednesday (Oct. 5) announced the 27 startups based on Purdue University patented innovations that comprise the 'Purdue Startup Class of 2016.' This year's class exceeded the number of startups from all previous years, contributing to Purdue's third straight year of record-breaking startup and commercialization activities.
A group of Technology Leadership and Innovation graduate students from Purdue Polytechnic Institute will experience first-hand the Democratic National Convention next week in Philadelphia.
Purdue University is ranked 15th in the world among universities granted U.S. utility patents in 2015, according to a new report released by the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association.