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Purdue computer scientist wins George Pólya Prize in Applied Combinatorics

March 8, 2021

The field of applied mathematics enables the ability to solve real-world problems through mathematical models and computational methods. The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) promotes research that will lead to new mathematical and computational techniques for solving challenging problems in science, engineering, industry and society.

Purdue computer scientist wins George Pólya Prize in Applied Combinatorics

Purdue computer scientist wins prize for applied combinatorics

March 8, 2021

A Purdue professor and computer scientist was selected by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics to receive an award for his research on graph coloring.

Purdue computer scientist wins prize for applied combinatorics

Purdue computer scientist wins prize for applied combinatorics

March 8, 2021

A Purdue professor and computer scientist was selected by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics to receive an award for his research on graph coloring.

Purdue computer scientist wins prize for applied combinatorics

BMS Professor Among Team of Purdue Scientists Using Doppler to Peer Inside Cells in Effort to Improve Infection Diagnoses and Treatments

March 5, 2021

Doppler radar improves lives by peeking inside air masses to predict the weather. A Purdue University team that includes Dr. John Turek, professor of basic medical sciences, is using similar technology to look inside living cells, introducing a method to detect pathogens and treat infections in ways that scientists never have before.

BMS Professor Among Team of Purdue Scientists Using Doppler to Peer Inside Cells in Effort to Improve Infection Diagnoses and Treatments

Purdue Research Foundation partners with IdentifySensors Biologics for COVID-19 technology

March 5, 2021

IdentifySensors Biologics, a Purdue University-affiliated technology firm developing a rapid diagnostic platform for detecting pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2, has entered into a new partnership with Purdue Research Foundation and will open an office in Purdue’s Discovery Park District.

Purdue Research Foundation partners with IdentifySensors Biologics for COVID-19 technology

Purdue Research Foundation partners with IdentifySensors Biologics for COVID-19 technology

March 4, 2021

IdentifySensors Biologics, a Purdue University-affiliated technology firm developing a rapid diagnostic platform for detecting pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2, has entered into a new partnership with Purdue Research Foundation and will open an office in Purdue’s Discovery Park District.

Purdue Research Foundation partners with IdentifySensors Biologics for COVID-19 technology

Purdue Research Foundation partners with IdentifySensors Biologics for COVID-19 technology

March 4, 2021

IdentifySensors Biologics, a Purdue University-affiliated technology firm developing a rapid diagnostic platform for detecting pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2, has entered into a new partnership with Purdue Research Foundation and will open an office in Purdue's Discovery Park District.

Purdue Research Foundation partners with IdentifySensors Biologics for COVID-19 technology

Catalent Biologics in Bloomington ramps up production, distribution of Moderna, J&J vaccine vials

March 3, 2021

A company in Bloomington is ready to get COVID-19 vaccines out more quickly.

Catalent Biologics in Bloomington ramps up production, distribution of Moderna, J&J vaccine vials

Doppler Used in Novel Microbial Assay To Tell a Friend from a Foe

March 2, 2021

You must have noticed the sudden change in pitch of a siren on a police car zooming past. That’s the Doppler effect. Scientists at Purdue University have now used the Doppler effect to look inside living cells in a novel approach to detect pathogens and treat infections.

Doppler Used in Novel Microbial Assay To Tell a Friend from a Foe

Scientists Use Weather Radar Tech to Watch Storms of Microbes Brew Inside Cells

February 28, 2021

Scientists are using a radar-like weather system to watch as a storm of pathogens brew inside living tissue. The strategy is entirely novel, according to the authors, and relies on a technique very similar to Doppler radars, which can detect the motion of precipitation and predict upcoming weather patterns.

Scientists Use Weather Radar Tech to Watch Storms of Microbes Brew Inside Cells