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When quantum computers become more powerful and widespread, they will need a robust quantum internet to communicate.
Frozen water is hiding beneath the dust-covered surface of Mars, and scientist Ali Bramson wants to find it. She sees a chance to both sustain future human explorers and answer questions about the red planet’s climate.
Purdue-affiliated NutraMaize is working to ‘Make a Different Future’ with Professor Torbert’s Orange Corn
Purdue University-affiliated startup NutraMaize is featured in a current national advertising campaign called “Make a Different Future.”
Scientists use Doppler to peer inside cells, leading to better, faster diagnoses and treatments of infections
Doppler radar improves lives by peeking inside air masses to predict the weather. A Purdue University team 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.
Autonomous underwater vehicles have become versatile tools for exploring the seas. But they can be disruptive to the environment or have trouble traveling through confined spaces.
New technology from Purdue University and Indiana University School of Medicine innovators may one day help patients who suffer devastating vocal injuries from surgery on the larynx.
Last July, when John Gipson stood in the hot Indiana sun greeting new Summer Start students and their families, he knew Purdue University was doing everything possible to keep students safe as the university relaunched in-person learning.