March 9, 2021
Today's Top 5 From Purdue University
Note to journalists: Journalists visiting campus should follow visitor health guidelines.
You will want to read these good stories that you may have missed.
Purdue has been named a 2020-21 Top Producer for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, highlighting the university’s dedication to international education and research.
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Purdue researchers have demonstrated a new method for building quantum networks that can support communication between a large number of quantum computers.
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Laura Pyrak-Nolte, who has dedicated her work at Purdue to ensuring environmental safety and enhancing renewable energy production, is one of Purdue’s latest members of the National Academy of Engineering, among the highest professional honors accorded to any engineer in the U.S.
Tissue filler, scaffold technologies provide new options for patients with breast cancer, other diseases
New technology from Purdue innovators may help improve tissue restoration outcomes for people with breast cancer and other diseases or traumatic injuries.
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Recent findings by Anne Sereno, a professor of psychological sciences and biomedical engineering at Purdue, suggest that the brain is not as efficient as we think.
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About Purdue University
Purdue University is a top public research institution developing practical solutions to today’s toughest challenges. Ranked the No. 5 Most Innovative University in the United States by U.S. News & World Report, Purdue delivers world-changing research and out-of-this-world discovery. Committed to hands-on and online, real-world learning, Purdue offers a transformative education to all. Committed to affordability and accessibility, Purdue has frozen tuition and most fees at 2012-13 levels, enabling more students than ever to graduate debt-free. See how Purdue never stops in the persistent pursuit of the next giant leap at purdue.edu.
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