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Tech allows digital communication through human contact

January 24, 2021

Instead of inserting a card or scanning a smartphone to make a payment, what if you could just touch the machine with your finger?

Tech allows digital communication through human contact

Health experts answer your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

January 22, 2021

Health experts answered your questions about the coronavirus vaccine and how it is distributed on a special Thursday night. The Town Hall live “COVID-19 Vaccine: Know the Facts” aired on FOX59 and sister station CBS4 Thursday from 7pm to 8pm

Health experts answer your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

Some COVID-19 variants spread more easily than original: Here’s why

January 22, 2021

In recent months, new variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been popping up all over the world, and experts say even more will continue to be identified as this pandemic continues. In the United States, variants have been found in California and the Midwest in recent weeks, and last month, new variants from the U.K., South Africa and Brazil were identified.

Some COVID-19 variants spread more easily than original: Here’s why

Imaging and analysis of isomeric unsaturated lipids through online photochemical derivatization of C=C bonds

January 18, 2021

Unraveling the complexity of the lipidome requires the development of novel approaches for the structural characterization of lipid species with isomer?level discrimination.

Imaging and analysis of isomeric unsaturated lipids through online photochemical derivatization of C=C bonds

BMS Scholar J. Paul Robinson Among Six Purdue Innovators to Receive Trask Innovation Funding

January 15, 2021

Dr. J. Paul Robinson, the SVM Professor of Cytomics in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Basic Medical Sciences, is one of six Purdue University researchers receiving a total of nearly $209,000 from the Trask Innovation Fund to help their labs commercialize their innovations. The fund is a development program established to support projects that advance the commercial value of Purdue intellectual property.

BMS Scholar J. Paul Robinson Among Six Purdue Innovators to Receive Trask Innovation Funding

Posts mislead on risk posed by vaccine ingredient

January 14, 2021

ocial media posts claim that Polysorbate 80, a synthetic compound used to help keep ingredients together in vaccines, suppresses the immune system and can cross the blood-brain barrier. But the same ingredient is ingested in far greater quantities from foods such as ice cream, and medical experts say the only danger it poses is extremely rare cases of allergic reaction.

Posts mislead on risk posed by vaccine ingredient

Super-Resolution Cryo-EM Maps With 3D Deep Generative Networks

January 14, 2021

An increasing number of biological macromolecules have been solved with cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM). Over the past few years, the resolutions of density maps determined by cryo-EM have largely improved in general. However, there are still many cases where the resolution is not high enough to model molecular structures with standard computational tools.

Super-Resolution Cryo-EM Maps With 3D Deep Generative Networks

Sensor Could Speed Up Construction Timelines

January 12, 2021

Sensor technology under development at Purdue University may soon make it possible to speed up construction schedules for concrete slab assemblies, according to the university.

Sensor Could Speed Up Construction Timelines

Purdue Researchers Advance Tech With Trask Funding

January 12, 2021

Six researchers from Purdue University have received a total of more than $200,000 from the Trask Innovation Fund to help their labs commercialize their innovations. The fund, which supports projects that advance the commercial value of Purdue intellectual property, makes awards twice a year to assist faculty and staff.

Purdue Researchers Advance Tech With Trask Funding

EXPERT: THE COVID-19 VACCINE WILL PROTECT YOU FROM THE NEW VARIANT OF THE VIRUS

January 11, 2021

On Monday the Indiana State department of health announced that the new strain of COVID-19 made its way to Indiana. When asked where the variant was found ISDH said they could not share the information due to privacy laws. While this new variant is not any more deadly, it is more contagious.

EXPERT: THE COVID-19 VACCINE WILL PROTECT YOU FROM THE NEW VARIANT OF THE VIRUS