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Device meant to feed astronauts on Mars may first make debut in Africa

April 18, 2017

A team from Purdue University, including Carlos Corvalan (from left), Osvaldo Campanella, Martin Okos and Amudhan Ponrajan, has developed a lightweight food extruder for NASA that could have immediate benefits in African countries.

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Newly developed insecticide and fungus combination could more effectively control, eliminate termites

April 18, 2017

A new Purdue University-developed technology concept could provide pest control companies with a more effective way to control termites and prevent associated damage. The technology works by targeting the termite’s resistance genes that help the insect fight off a known fungus that can effectively eliminate termites.

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Purdue technology shown to extend digital device battery life advances with $750,000 NSF grant

April 18, 2017

A Purdue technology shown to extend battery life of digital devices has received federal funding to further develop the technology that could impact billions of devices including smartphones, notebooks and smartwatches across the world.

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Nontoxic, biodegradable orthopedic implant could provide superior support to damaged bones, be safely absorbed by the body

April 13, 2017

https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2017/Q2/nontoxic,-biodegradable-orthopedic-implant-could-provide-superior-support-to-damaged-bones,-be-safely-absorbed-by-the-body.html

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Autonomous sensor could aid in early detection of urinary tract infection

April 12, 2017

Urinary tract infections could one day be diagnosed faster than ever before with an autonomous sensor technology being developed at Purdue University.

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