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August 10, 2022
Metskas receives BioCrossroads recognition for novel research
BioCrossroads recognizes Lauren Ann Metskas for its 23 PAIR (Promising Achievers in Innovation and Research) in recognition of her work with protein ultrastructures.
August 4, 2022
New patent-pending method mass-produces antitumor cells to treat blood diseases and cancer
A Purdue University chemical engineer has improved upon traditional methods to produce off-the-shelf human immune cells that show strong antitumor activity.
July 22, 2022
Purdue expands leading interdisciplinary research with comprehensive innovation hub
The expansion of Discovery Park District to include the renowned research units of Discovery Park demonstrates Purdue’s ongoing commitment to stay at the forefront of research and technology transfer through partnerships with industry and government.
July 21, 2022
Quantum code developed at Purdue University could tackle problems from semiconductors to commodities
A unique library of computer code, built on equations derived for quantum mechanics, could be used to model problems as diverse as the flow of electrons through a nanoscale device or the price of copper in a commodities market.
July 13, 2022
Research shows high self-control is seen as dehumanizing
Purdue University-led research has found people who are perceived as high or very high in self-control tend to be viewed as more robotic than those with less self-control, leading to perceptions that they are less warm and sociable than others.
July 12, 2022
Looking beyond devices to address human longevity through biomedical engineering
David Umulis, professor and the Dane A. Miller Head of Purdue University’s Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, says artificial intelligence, synthetic biology and collaboration are key in the rapidly changing biomedical engineering environment.