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Collicott originPurdue aerospace class flies NASA experiment to space aboard Blue Origin rocket

A Purdue University aeronautics and astronautics class successfully tested a zero-gravity flight experiment on Blue Origin’s latest suborbital rocket, New Shepard.

Petal solutionsNew instruments push boundaries for precise measurements in jet engines, gas turbines

A Purdue University-affiliated startup is developing instruments to precisely measure pressure, temperature and other analytics inside the harsh environments of rocket engines and gas turbines.

Purdue NOW: Fridgey, 2-year-old Bengal cat, gets first hip replacement surgery at Purdue

Fridgey, a 2-year-old Bengal cat, received a procedure commonly used in human medicine but never before used on a feline patient at Purdue – total hip replacement surgery.

Purdue selects Plenary as preferred proposer for student housing project

Purdue University announced Tuesday (July 17) Plenary Properties Purdue LLC as the preferred proposer for the Third Street North and Meredith South housing facilities on the West Lafayette campus. These facilities will add approximately 1,300 new beds to the university’s existing housing stock at a time of rapid growth in undergraduate student enrollment.

Trask craqPurdue University researchers receive $105,000 in funding to advance innovation commercialization

Four Purdue University researchers have received a total of $105,000 from the Trask Innovation Fund to further develop their technologies, which range from detecting minute cracks in infrastructure to creating cool pads for hogs.

Purdue aviation to host Chinese officials on informational trip

Purdue University will host Chinese aviation officials and teach them more about international aviation for the next two weeks.

SMK electrodePurdue researchers developing device that detects mosquito-borne diseases, giving health officials time to take action

A startup created by Purdue University professors is developing a sensor that can detect dangerous mosquito-borne tropical diseases faster and at a lower cost than current methods, giving health officials time to take action before the viruses are transmitted to humans.

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