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Hard-Tech Corridor emerges with leadership from Purdue and partners

Several major university announcements and partnerships developed over the past few months to increase the impact of 65-mile corridor

jeong-robotsMore than machines: Computer scientist prepares robots to improve human lives

There is no avoiding robots. With increasing autonomy, satellites span the skies, vacuums vroom underfoot and bots conduct surgery, deliver packages and explore the solar system.

prf-skhynixPrioritizing partnerships pays off for Purdue

From chip collaboration to transformative technologies, synergies bring together expertise and groundbreaking discoveries at Purdue University.

summit-chiangyoungPurdue, industry partners convene second CHIPS summit in D.C. with top international and national leaders

More than 330 representatives from industry, government and academia gathered in person and online Wednesday (April 17) in Washington, D.C., as Purdue University and an alliance of industry partners hosted the daylong CHIPS for America: Execute for Global Success summit at the Russell Senate Office Building.

240418ReElementSigningReturning rare earth element production to the United States

ReElement Technologies on Thursday (April 18) signed an exclusive license to use patented Purdue University technologies to domestically refine and sell minerals critical in manufacturing modern, high-tech products for commercial and industrial use.

YoonNanoparticlesPurdue researchers create biocompatible nanoparticles to enhance systemic delivery of cancer immunotherapy

Purdue University researchers are developing and validating patent-pending poly (lactic-co-glycolic acid), or PLGA, nanoparticles modified with adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, to enhance immunotherapy effects against malignant tumors.

lee-glaucoma$6.7M in federal grants awarded to develop tech to monitor, treat chronic eye diseases

Research teams led by a faculty member in Purdue University’s College of Engineering will use two grants from the National Eye Institute totaling $6.7 million to further develop specialized smart soft contact lenses that continuously monitor or treat chronic ocular diseases like glaucoma, corneal neovascularization and dry eye syndromes.

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