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Hybrid technique aims to produce stronger, corrosion-resistant nickel for auto, medical, manufacturing industries

Nickel is a widely used metal in the manufacturing industry for both industrial and advanced material processes. Now, Purdue University innovators have created a...

Mayer to be appointed to President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology

Theresa Mayer, executive vice president for research and partnerships at Purdue University, will be appointed to the U.S. President’s Council of...

Purdue student software startup Mimir acquired by HackerRank

Mimir, a software company that began as a Purdue University student startup, has been acquired by HackerRank, a popular platform for practicing and hosting online...

Growing Purdue online engineering degree programs move up in national rankings

Purdue University's College of Engineering online graduate engineering programs were ranked third, up two spots, in U.S. News & World Report's latest...

A technology devised to help reduce injection pain, swelling from some best-selling drugs

Eight of the top 10 selling drugs in the United States are biologics, which are produced from living organisms or certain components...

Recent health science news from Purdue University

It's a dog's life – and more than 40 researchers from across the United States are taking part in a study on...

Purdue alum slated to graduate with NASA’s latest astronaut class

Two years after being named a NASA astronaut candidate, a Purdue University alumna is preparing to drop “candidate” from her title.

Microbubble findings could reduce chemical, water use in food processing

Cleaning and sanitizing food processing equipment requires using chemicals and copious amounts of water for rinsing those chemicals away. It’s possible –...

With flu on the rise nationally, start your new year off safely

It might be the start of a new year, but many Americans are still battling a flu bug from last year....

Loretta Lynch, Jeff Flake to headline MLK events at Purdue

Loretta Lynch, who served as the nation’s 83rd attorney general, and former U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake will be the keynote speakers at...

Deep learning, 3D technology to improve structure modeling for protein interactions, create better drugs

Proteins are often called the working molecules of the human body. A typical body has more than 20,000 different types of proteins,...

Synthetic neurons project offers platform for disease treatment, further brain research

The body can recover from many things, but the damage caused by Parkinson’s disease isn’t one of them.

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Ebert Film Fest to feature remastered ‘Cotton Club,’ Farrelly brothers comedy

Francis Ford Coppola’s drama set in Harlem’s legendary Cotton Club during the 1930s – remastered, restored and with added scenes and...

Insect Fear Film Festival examines insects’ close relatives: crustaceans

Lobsters, shrimp and crayfish look like marine versions of insects, with their antennae and segmented bodies. The resemblance is not by chance....

[Illinois] U of I student diagnosed with bacterial meningitis

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — A student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has been diagnosed with a case of bacterial meningitis, as...

Historic Latinx murals return to campus Feb. 21

Murals removed for restoration from the former home of the department of Latina/Latino studies and La Casa Cultural Latina at the...