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bramson-spaceiceWhat lies beneath: Mars’ subsurface ice could be a key to sustaining future habitats on other planets

To survive on other planets, water is, of course, critical. We need it to drink, sustain crops and even create rocket fuel.


jeong-robotsMore than machines: Computer scientist prepares robots to improve human lives

There is no avoiding robots. With increasing autonomy, satellites span the skies, vacuums vroom underfoot and bots conduct surgery, deliver packages and explore the solar system.


mudiyanselage-pupfishPurdue-led fishing expedition nets new pupfish family member in New Mexico

Scientists have identified a new member on the genetic family tree of an endangered pupfish native to south-central New Mexico.


prf-skhynixPrioritizing partnerships pays off for Purdue

From chip collaboration to transformative technologies, synergies bring together expertise and groundbreaking discoveries at Purdue University.


zhounihgrantPurdue pharmacy researcher receives $2.4M NIH grant to fight antimicrobial-resistant lung infections

Qi Tony Zhou, a researcher in Purdue University’s College of Pharmacy has received a $2.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to fight lung infections that have established a resistance to antimicrobial drugs.


RajanSeedsPurdue-USDA team develops fast-track process for genetic improvement of plant traits

Researchers interested in improving a given trait in plants can now identify the genes that regulate the trait’s expression without doing any experiments.


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