June 17, 2021
Today's Top 5 From Purdue University
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You will want to read these good stories that you may have missed.
Every newborn on a ventilator can now be better protected, thanks to technology that helps prevent a common breathing tube incident
After 30 years of development by a Purdue professor, a medical device designed to continuously monitor the airways of the tiniest ventilated patients could become the standard of care for babies worldwide.
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Scientists at Purdue are using data science to help discover how the next generation of treatments for cancer may be found.
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While the PR Mallory Building – site of the Purdue Polytechnic High School Schweitzer Center at Englewood campus – was under construction, Eli Lilly and Co. partnered with PPHS to provide access to a lab facility for students.
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As part of the multimillion-dollar Equity Task Force initiative, Purdue is hiring additional recruiters to help attract Black students; is expanding existing programs such as Emerging Leaders; and thanks to more than $25 million in donations, is introducing more scholarship opportunities for underrepresented minority students.
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Purdue Global has launched its inaugural Purdue Global Moves – four strategic initiatives designed to help the university meet its goals of results, growth and innovation.
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