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cooks-portraitChemistry innovator widening, quickening uses of spectrometry

The clock is ticking when a neurosurgeon is trying to remove a brain tumor but also determining its malignancy and type. Instead of sending samples to a lab where the necessary testing equipment resides to answer those questions, a Purdue scientist is working on shrinking that equipment for use in the surgical room.


sintim-sitting$400,000 SBIR grant fast-tracks new approach to treating lung, thyroid cancers

A novel approach to treating lung and thyroid cancers is moving closer to clinical trials.


bayer-convergenceBayer commits to opening space in Purdue University’s Discovery Park District to apply interdisciplinary approach to build solutions, source innovation

Purdue University announced Thursday (June 18) that Bayer, a global life sciences company, intends to open Bayer at Convergence in Purdue’s Discovery Park District.


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lee-chiWearable patch may provide new treatment option for skin cancer

Conventional melanoma therapies, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy, suffer from the toxicity and side effects of repeated treatments due to the aggressive and recurrent nature of melanoma cells.


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