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The Purdue Ag-celerator has invested a total of $100,000 in two plant science startups for the fall round of investments.
Hybrid technique aims to produce stronger, corrosion-resistant nickel for auto, medical, manufacturing industries
Nickel is a widely used metal in the manufacturing industry for both industrial and advanced material processes. Now, Purdue University innovators have created a hybrid technique to fabricate a new form of nickel that may help the future production of lifesaving medical devices, high-tech devices and vehicles with strong corrosion-resistant protection.
Air Force provides $1 million in funding for Purdue-related technology to improve critical pilot skills
Three Purdue University alumni will soon help more members of the U.S. Air Force advance critical communication skills to keep them safe in the cockpit.
Deep learning, 3D technology to improve structure modeling for protein interactions, create better drugs
Proteins are often called the working molecules of the human body. A typical body has more than 20,000 different types of proteins, each of which are involved in many functions essential to human life.
A new product may assist infants with Down syndrome to eat and speak sooner by strengthening their jaw and tongue muscles
Several major bridges have collapsed worldwide in 2019, ranging from a pedestrian bridge in Miami, killing six people, to a towering arch bridge in Taiwan dumping a truck onto boats below.
3D manufacturing technology from a Purdue University-affiliated company may soon play an even bigger part in helping the Department of Defense manage its digital assets to protect the United States.