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Zero-G Photo AAE Professor, Steven Collicott and AAE Students team up with local 2nd graders to find out if firelflies can light up in space
Aerospace engineering students at Purdue University are teaming with local second-graders to find out if fireflies can light up in space. The collaborative experiment emerged from a question about fireflies brought up in Maggie Samudio's second-grade class at Cumberland Grade School in West Lafayette. She emailed the question to Steven Collicott, professor of aeronautics and astronautics at Purdue's School of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Alina Alexeenko and Elizabeth Topp Photo AAE Associate Professor, Alina Alexeenko and Professor and Head of Industiral and Physical Pharmacy, Elizabeth Topp co-lead Purdue LyoHUB
Purdue University has created a new lyophilization consortium, LyoHUB, to improve freeze-drying technology to make food, pharmaceuticals and biotech products safer and more affordable.
C. Douglas Ebersole Photo AAE Alumni, C. Douglas Ebersole (BSAAE '82) named the new Civilian Leader of Air Force Research Laboratory
The Pentagon has named C. Douglas Ebersole as the new civilian leader of Air Force Research Laboratory.
Wenbin Yu Photo AAE Associate Professor, Wenbin Yu and his research group discover new approach to modeling composite structures and materials
AAE Associate Professor Wenbin Yu and his students recently discovered the Mechanics of Structures Genome as a new approach to modeling composite structures and materials.
Armstrong Statue Photo The School of Aeronautics and Astronautics Undergraduate Program Moves up in the U.S. News & World Report Rankings
US News & World Report published their annual rankings of undergraduate programs. The College of Engineering maintained its #9 ranking, and the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics have moved up in the rankings this year to the fourth spot.

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