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harf-openingPurdue Applied Research Institute opens $41M Hypersonics and Applied Research Facility

The Purdue Applied Research Institute (PARI), the applied research arm of Purdue University, on Tuesday (June 6) officially opened a new facility dedicated to enhancing Purdue’s world-leading capabilities in hypersonics evaluation and testing.

mung-andreasPurdue launches partnership with Greek universities and business chamber, deepens collaboration with European semiconductor hub in Belgium

Purdue University continues to broaden and widen its global footprint with the signing of a series of Memoranda of Understanding with four leading research universities in Greece, at a time when the U.S. and Greece enjoy a very strong relation. The STEM-focused MOUs mark the fourth international partnership that Purdue has announced over the past three weeks. A fifth MOU also was signed between Purdue and the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, whose primary focus is to promote and foster economic and business relationships between the United States and Greece.

mfri-lillyPurdue receives $5 million Lilly Endowment grant to support Military Family Research Institute

A $5 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will provide continued support during the next three years for the work Purdue University’s Military Family Research Institute (MFRI) does to improve the lives of military families and veterans.

purdue-japanLOPurdue signs landmark U.S.-Japan agreement in semiconductors at G7 summit

Purdue University continues to be the world leader in creating vital partnerships in semiconductors.

india-mouLPurdue and India establish milestone semiconductor alliance; sign partnership in the presence of Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw

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beechem-peelerFrom artisanal to automatic: Purdue tool allows greater control, speed for semiconductor manufacture

Purdue University engineers have developed a patent-pending tool to make the manufacture of ultrathin semiconductors more consistent, controllable and repeatable than traditional methods.

level-cybersecurityNSF funds institute to research AI-powered cybersecurity

Malware. Ransomware. Zero-day exploits. There’s no rest when it comes to protection from cyberattacks. And in an increasingly connected world, with expanding cyber and cyber-physical spaces and access to tools like artificial intelligence, attacks are likely going to become more diverse and sophisticated.

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