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Evgenii Narimanov, professor of electrical and computer engineering in the College of Engineering, will receive the 2019 Arden L. Bement Jr. Award for significant accomplishments in pure and applied science and engineering.

May 20, 2019

Evgenii Narimanov, professor of electrical and computer engineering in the College of Engineering, will receive the 2019 Arden L. Bement Jr. Award for significant accomplishments in pure and applied science and engineering. Narimanov, who is also a faculty member in Birck Nanotechnology Center in Purdue’s Discovery Park, is being honored for pioneering the concept of hyperbolic metamaterials in the field of nanophotonics. He will deliver the Arden L. Bement Jr. Distinguished Lecture at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 28 in Fowler Hall.

Evgenii Narimanov, professor of electrical and computer engineering in the College of Engineering, will receive the 2019 Arden L. Bement Jr. Award for significant accomplishments in pure and applied science and engineering.

New generation of innovators continue Purdue’s startup tradition

May 20, 2019

Entrepreneurship at Purdue and the Krannert School of Management has come a long way since 1987, when an endowment from alumnus Burton D. Morgan established the business model competition that still bears his name.

New generation of innovators continue Purdue’s startup tradition

IU Health's new 'state of the art' radiation machine brings world-class cancer care to Lafayette

May 20, 2019

IU Health started using this new machine in January. The total project cost $4.2 million. Doctors said since the machine speeds up treatment times, it allows them to treat more patients in a timely manner every single day.

IU Health's new 'state of the art' radiation machine brings world-class cancer care to Lafayette

Director of Intelligence Dan Coats at Purdue's Symposium on Ethics, Technology, and the Future of War and Security

May 16, 2019

Dan Coats, Director of Intelligence, shares his thoughts at a ground-breaking symposium held on May 14.

Director of Intelligence Dan Coats at Purdue's Symposium on Ethics, Technology, and the Future of War and Security

Big Idea Challenge 2.0 Presentations Available for Viewing

May 16, 2019

The eight Big Idea Challenge 2.0 finalists gave their presentations on May 7. Click on the link to watch the PIs in action.

Big Idea Challenge 2.0 Presentations Available for Viewing

Purdue startup assists Cameroon with developing hydroponic farming methods, entrepreneurship

May 16, 2019

A second visit by Heliponix startup to the African continent strives to develop new agricultural processes, self-reliance for countries.

Purdue startup assists Cameroon with developing hydroponic farming methods, entrepreneurship

New nitrogen fertilizer texture may reduce nitrate levels, make water safer

May 15, 2019

Nitrate levels in water resources have increased in many areas of the world, largely because of applications of some types of fertilizers in agricultural areas. Purdue University researchers have developed a layered fertilizer technology to try to combat this problem, improving water quality and lowering costs for farmers.

New nitrogen fertilizer texture may reduce nitrate levels, make water safer

Smart software tool could pave the way for changing how things get designed, made, and supplied

May 15, 2019

Someone with no structure design or fabrication experience could create a shape, such as Disney’s WALL-E, using a tool developed by Purdue researchers. The researchers presented the tool, called “Shape Structuralizer,” at the 2019 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Glasgow, Scotland in early Mary, 2019.

Smart software tool could pave the way for changing how things get designed, made, and supplied

In developing nations, national parks could save endangered species

May 15, 2019

Research led by Stacy Lindshield, a biological anthropologist at Purdue University, studies chimpanzee and other animal populations inside and outside a protected area in Senegal, Niokolo-Koba National Park. The study shows that protecting such an area from human interaction and development preserves not only chimps but many other mammal species.

In developing nations, national parks could save endangered species

Nature paper offers global map to understand changing forests

May 15, 2019

The Global Forest Biodiversity Initiative developed the first map of global tree symbioses. The map will help answer questions about environmental impacts associated with forest changes, forest management and biological conservation.

Nature paper offers global map to understand changing forests

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