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Magment, Purdue to pursue electric transportation pilot projects at Discovery Park District

December 5, 2019

Magment Concrete Wireless Power and Purdue University officials announced Wednesday (Dec. 4) an innovation partnership to advance electric transportation pilots at Purdue’s Discovery Park. Magment and Purdue University researchers in the Joint Transportation Research Program will be working on several test cases including micro-mobility scooters, autonomous electric utility vehicle equipment and robotic shop floor delivery systems

Magment, Purdue to pursue electric transportation pilot projects at Discovery Park District

Purdue announces plans to build new data science building

December 5, 2019

Purdue University will build a new $40 million facility dedicated to Data Science, designed to help the university meet its goal to be a national and global leader in the field of data science research and education for all students.

Purdue announces plans to build new data science building

Your food may help make stickier, safer glues for laptops, packaging, furniture

December 5, 2019

You cannot make glue out of a ham sandwich – but you may be able to use the components of that food to create a strong adhesive. That’s the thinking behind technology developed by a group of scientists at Purdue University, who have taken inspiration from the kitchen and the ocean to create strong glues.

Your food may help make stickier, safer glues for laptops, packaging, furniture

‘Buildings’ in human bone may hold key to stronger 3D-printed lightweight structures

December 5, 2019

The discovery of how a “beam” in human bone material handles a lifetime’s worth of wear and tear could translate to the development of 3D-printed lightweight materials that last long enough for more practical use in buildings, aircraft and other structures.

‘Buildings’ in human bone may hold key to stronger 3D-printed lightweight structures

Food pantries can help improve nutrition, diet quality

December 5, 2019

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more than 37 million people nationally live in food-insecure households. For those who visit food pantries, the frequency of their visits matters. That’s the conclusion of a study led by a Purdue University nutrition scientist who studies food insecurity and access to adequate and safe foods.

Food pantries can help improve nutrition, diet quality

#StartupPurdue Entrepreneurial Expo

December 4, 2019

Join us for an all-day event showcasing entrepreneurship and innovation.

#StartupPurdue Entrepreneurial Expo

Magment, Purdue to pursue electric transportation pilot projects at Discovery Park District

December 4, 2019

Magment Concrete Wireless Power and Purdue University officials have announced an innovation partnership to advance electric transportation pilots at Purdue’s Discovery Park.

Magment, Purdue to pursue electric transportation pilot projects at Discovery Park District

Purdue apple innovator elected fellow of National Academy of Inventors

December 3, 2019

Jules Janick, a distinguished horticulture professor in Purdue University’s College of Agriculture, has been elected a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.

Purdue apple innovator elected fellow of National Academy of Inventors

How does protein fit in your holiday diet or New Year’s resolutions?

December 3, 2019

A new study by Purdue University nutrition scientists shows that eating more protein daily than what is recommended may benefit only a few – those who are actively losing weight by cutting calories or those strength training to build more lean muscle mass.

How does protein fit in your holiday diet or New Year’s resolutions?

Health Concerns Mount as More Old Sewer Pipes Are Lined with Plastic

December 3, 2019

Earlier this year Nicole Davis arrived at one of the San Antonio, Tex., offices of the audiology practice she co-owns ready to see the day’s patients. But upon entering her office, Davis says she quickly noticed a noxious odor that smelled like paint thinner. Her eyes started burning. By noon, she felt nauseated and dizzy, with the burning sensation spreading to her nose and throat. Her mouth went numb. Co-workers in the building told Davis that they felt ill, too. By the evening, she says, she was vomiting.

Health Concerns Mount as More Old Sewer Pipes Are Lined with Plastic

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