A new scholarship for graduates of the Purdue Polytechnic High School in Indiana will put the dream of a Purdue college education within students’ reach.
Body heat through flexible fabric could power IoT devices for health monitoring for people, pets, machinery
Wearable electronics and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices are rapidly growing in popularity, but their need for consistent power can place a high burden on users. One recently proposed solution is to generate electricity using heat from the human body, animals or other ambient sources, but typical emerging devices need to be up to an inch thick to harvest maximum results.
An online survey is now active for students, faculty and staff to offer feedback on the use of electric and motor-powered vehicles on the Purdue University campus.
Having the flu is miserable. And what comes along with it is often even worse.
NASA to help fund AnalySwift, Purdue technology shown to speed design of composite deployable structures
An innovation that helps speed the design of fishing rods, skis and cell phone electronics soon will help NASA do its work in space.
Five Purdue University students have received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to internationally expand their experiences and expertise.
Purdue University’s Department of Forestry and Natural Resources (FNR) is breaking ground on a new wildlife care facility this spring. The new building will greatly expand and improve the department’s wildlife lab capability, enhance teaching experiences and increase researchers’ abilities to run controlled experiments.