September 2, 2021
Today's Top 5 From Purdue University
You will want to read these good stories that you may have missed.
Purdue, Purdue Research Foundation launch ‘Lab to Life’ 6G digital innovation at Discovery Park District
The “Lab to Life” digital innovation platform – a joint venture by the Purdue Research Foundation and Purdue University – is the next step in creating one of the most connected innovation communities in the nation through the evolution from 5G to 6G.
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By naming residence halls for alumnae Frieda and Winifred Parker, Purdue celebrates their successful campaign to integrate student housing.
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Purdue Global student Mary Esham of Bargersville, who aspires to give back as a clinical psychologist, is one of two recipients of the second annual Betty Vandenbosch Leadership Scholarship.
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Purdue professor Philip Low led an international team that discovered a repurposed cancer drug shown to be 100% effective in treating malaria in a Phase-2 clinical trial.
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Based on the book by Purdue history professor Randy Roberts and featuring never-before-seen archival footage, “Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali” airs Sept. 9 on Netflix.
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