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November 13, 2013

Purdue, GE to partner on commercializing Purdue innovations, technologies

Purdue and GE have entered into a university-industry partnership that exemplifies a new approach to expediting the academia-based technology commercialization process. The agreement, signed this month, will merge the expertise of GE's corporate technology commercialization group with innovations being developed at Purdue to commercialize new technologies.

November 8, 2013

Team Led by Pedro Irazoqui Slated for Strategic Growth

Purdue's College of Engineering has named four research teams that will be a priority for faculty hiring during the coming year. The teams were chosen because the work they do has the potential for dramatic impact and international pre-eminence. They are part of the college's strategic growth plan that will add as many as 107 faculty over five years.
November 7, 2013

Pedro Irazoqui's group chosen as one of four preeminent teams

Purdue University's College of Engineering has named four research teams that will be a priority for faculty hiring during the coming year. The teams were chosen because the work they do has the potential for dramatic impact and international pre-eminence. They are part of the college's strategic growth plan that will add as many as 107 faculty over five years.
October 15, 2013

Device speeds concentration step in food-pathogen detection

Researchers, including Weldon School's Michael Ladisch, Kirk Foster, and Jim Jones, have developed a system that concentrates foodborne salmonella and other pathogens faster than conventional methods by using hollow thread-like fibers that filter out the cells, representing a potential new tool for speedier detection.

October 14, 2013

David Umulis Inducted into Purdue Teaching Academy

The Purdue University Teaching Academy welcomed Assistant Professor David Umulis, along with 12 additional new members, in an induction and recognition ceremony. The Academy recognizes outstanding Purdue faculty and staff who contribute to the learning environment.
October 2, 2013

Cell-detection system promising for medical research, diagnostics

Researchers are developing a system that uses tiny magnetic beads to quickly detect rare types of cancer cells circulating in a patient's blood, an advance that could help medical doctors diagnose cancer earlier than now possible and monitor how well a patient is responding to therapy.

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