Innovation at Purdue news
The VizSeek search technology from a Purdue University-affiliated company will play a significant role in helping the Department of Defense manage its digital assets to protect the United States.
Scientists estimate that nearly 60% of all cancer patients do not respond effectively to chemotherapy treatments. Even worse – many of those same patients experience toxic and sometimes deadly side effects.
Adranos Inc., a Purdue University-affiliated company that develops a high-performance, clean solid rocket fuel for long-range missile and space launch systems, has won a spot on the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School’s third annual Most Fundable Companies list.
Getting run over by a car is not a near-death experience for the diabolical ironclad beetle.
This white paint could reduce the need for air conditioning by keeping surfaces cooler than surroundings
What if paint could cool off a building enough to not need air conditioning?
Drones and other unmanned machines can save human lives on the battlefield, but adversaries could hack into their artificial intelligence software.
Purdue University is pushing forward at new speeds in hypersonics work with the addition of a Hypersonic Pulse (HYPULSE) shock tunnel to its quickly expanding array of research facilities.