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rolls-agreementPurdue, Rolls-Royce sign 10-year, $75 million strategic alliance agreement

Purdue University and Rolls-Royce officials have signed a research and testing agreement that will bring $75 million over 10 years to the West Lafayette campus. It is the largest deal with an industry partner in Purdue history.


https://www.purdue.edu/uns/images/2022/couture-johnOG.jpgSatellite remote sensing could predict spotted lanternfly spread

Like a stylish secret agent, the spotted lanternfly has a striking appearance, but it is shrouded in mystery. Its movements are stealthy and devastating. And like something out of a suspense novel, a skilled team is using satellite technology to stay one step ahead of it.


rover-selfiePurdue’s best in Mars, planetary research

What is the importance of the red planet, Earth’s neighbor more than 150 million miles away? Looking for the latest in Mars research? What can another planet’s history tell us about Earth’s future? A variety of Purdue’s leadership, expertise and innovation in Mars and planetary research is highlighted in this roundup.


tourette-brainLargest worldwide Tourette syndrome genetics and neuroimaging study also promises insight into related disorders

Researchers have been working to find a cause and cure for Tourette syndrome since the neurological disorder was first documented in 1885. Purdue University’s progress in that work in recent years is now being rewarded with a $2.6 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health for further TS research.


microelectronics-partnershipPurdue, Ivy Tech partner on next-generation microelectronics workforce

Purdue University and Ivy Tech Community College are partnering to help meet the future workforce needs in microelectronics, a field that is expected to add more than 100,000 workers over the next decade.


skaar-nanobioAg-Celerator fund invests $100,000 in NanoBio Designs, a genetic detection company

NanoBio Designs LLC, a company that provides grain distributors and seed suppliers with onsite, rapid genetic detection solutions, has received a $100,000 investment from the Purdue Ag-Celerator, an agriculture innovation fund.


novilytic-kimNovilytic secures $1.6 million seed round, continues strong momentum

Novilytic LLC, a biochemistry analytics company that protects and secures lifesaving drugs, has completed a $1.6 million seed round in addition to its $1.4 million National Institutes of Health Small Business Innovation Research grant. The seed round investments include contributions from Purdue Foundry and Elevate Ventures.


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