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SEM image of carbon nanotubes that self-assembled into a golden Purdue 'P' bundle during microwave plasma CVD growth.
2013 recipient of the Herbert Newby McCoy Award, the most prestigious research honor given by Purdue University.
Enlisted hundreds of University faculty/staff/student volunteers to teach K-12 Indiana students about the "science of the very small."
Development of large and sustained programs of research and development funded by federal and state agencies
Nicknamed "Carter," the supercomputer was ranked 54th internationally.
Nanofabrication cleanroom, Birck Nanotechnology Center
Flow cytometry and cell separation facility, Bindley Bioscience Center
X-ray Crystallography, Wetherill Laboratory of Chemistry
A method to stack synthetic DNa and carbon nanotubes onta a biosensor
A Purdue University researcher has taken corn off steroids
Miniature devices implanted in tumors generate oxygen, boosting chemotherapy
Purdue Archaeologist studying ancient copper innovation in northwest
Notices from affected federal agencies for sponsored program funding will be posted below as they become available:
More sequestration information can be found at the SRA International website.
A program for staff involved with research administration was conducted on March 18. Click here to view the general session presentation.
OVPR Workshop: Overview of the NSF CAREER Program
The Office of the Vice President for Research will host a workshop for untenured faculty in all disciplines who are interested in developing a proposal for the NSF CAREER competition. Richard Buckius, vice president for research, and Sue Grimes, assistant director of Research Development Services, will present an overview of the CAREER program and discuss key points to consider when writing a proposal. From the faculty, Suzanne Bart, a recent CAREER awardee from the Department of Chemistry, will present on her experiences in preparing a successful proposal. Wilella Burgess, managing director of the Discovery Learning Research Center, will talk about how to utilize the unique features of that facility as well as answer questions and provide guidance on the educational component of the CAREER program. There will be an opportunity for faculty to ask questions of all presenters. To register, click here. Lunch will be provided so pre-registration is required by Monday April 29th.
New Financial Conflict of Interest Requirements for NIH/PHS Proposals and Grants: New requirements for disclosure of significant financial interests by investigators associated with proposals submitted to and awards funded by NIH and other Public Health Service agencies are in effect beginning on Friday, August 24, 2012. Purdue’s Policy on Individual Financial Conflicts of Interest (Policy III.B.2) and the OVPR Financial Conflict of Interest website have been revised to address these new requirements. Click here for more information.
The listing of university-level research cores in operation at Purdue
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August 22 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM STEW 310
September 17 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM STEW 310
November 5 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM STEW 310
Office of the Vice President for Research
610 Purdue Mall
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2040