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Purdue University researchers have developed a patent-pending method to add particles to filament and disperse them evenly through a traditional fused deposition modeling, or FDM, 3D printer, which will aid industry in manufacturing functional parts.
Purdue University and Accenture (NYSE: ACN) have agreed to a five-year commitment supporting Purdue’s mission to prepare a next-generation smart-manufacturing workforce.
Community invited to outdoor festival Friday, kicking off Purdue’s weeklong ‘MitchFest’ to celebrate outgoing President Daniels
A communitywide outdoor festival will kick off Purdue University’s “MitchFest” on Friday (Dec. 2) as the first of a series of events for publicly celebrating the school’s president, Mitch Daniels.
Cancer strikes without warning. Genetics can explain some of it, as well as environmental and lifestyle conditions. But there is no surefire way to predict who will develop cancer. That tragedy holds true for both humans and their closest domestic companions: dogs.
Purdue Ag Alumni Fish Fry returns to Tippecanoe County in 2023, featuring a conversation with President-elect Mung Chiang
After almost 20 years in Indianapolis, the Purdue Ag Alumni Fish Fry will return to Tippecanoe County on Feb. 4, 2023, at the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds. The program highlight will feature a conversation with Purdue University President-elect Mung Chiang.
Purdue symposium during ‘MitchFest’ will focus on free speech for advancing healthy civil discourse on university campuses
Tolerance and free speech are messages taken very seriously at Purdue University. As a national leader on this topic, Purdue will host a Dec. 5 symposium, focusing on the vital role that open debate and civil discourse play in advancing a healthy campus culture of learning and engagement.
Though President Mitch Daniels is stepping away from the presidency of Purdue University at the end of December, he will not be going away entirely. At the requests of President-elect Mung Chiang, Purdue’s board of trustees and the Purdue Research Foundation Board of Directors, Daniels will remain for now as PRF chair – in an unpaid, voluntary capacity. The PRF Board of Directors on Wednesday (Nov. 16) voted unanimously to amend PRF’s bylaws to open up the possibility for this designation.