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Pirro imagingSurgical assessment tool could rapidly analyze cancerous tissue samples, improve patient outcomes

A Purdue University precision innovation developed for brain tumor surgery is being expanded to provide medical professionals with a rapid, robust supplemental assessment tool to more efficiently preserve, analyze and remove identified cancerous tissue and increase patient survival rates.


Hallucinating gifNew AI technique creates 3-D shapes from 2-D images

A new technique that uses the artificial intelligence methods of machine learning and deep learning is able to create 3-D shapes from 2-D images, such as photographs, and is even able to create new, never-before-seen shapes.


Purdue research team aims to improve food safety and health care around the world

Brighter days are ahead as a team of researchers applies the use of light and other technologies to better the world’s health care, food safety, and biosecurity systems.


liu labNon-toxic underwater adhesive could bring new surgical glue

Purdue University associate professor Julie Liu, at left, and doctoral student Sydney Hollingshead, prepare to test a new protein-based adhesive underwater. (Purdue University image/Erin Easterling)


Rossmann graphicNew mechanism to destroy viruses could lead to future therapies

Researchers at Purdue University have uncovered the way some antibodies neutralize infections caused by viruses.


Slider algaeTechnology could transform microalgae into bio-based chemicals to increase biofeedstock, reduce landfill waste

Gen3Bio Inc., a Purdue Foundry-affiliated company, is developing a unique process that could more effectively and affordably transform microalgae into bio-based chemicals to maximize the value of biofeedstock and reduce landfill waste.


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