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  1. "Coated Sponges Could Help Remediate Oil Spills by Absorbing Oil but Not Water" Civil Engineering May 2016(.pdf)

  2. "New Environmental Cleanup Technology Rids Oil from Water " Purdue News April 2016(.pdf)

  3. "Research Could Bring New Devices that Control Heat Flow " Purdue News October 2014(.pdf)

  4. "Detecting Fatigue in Thermal Materials" NSF See Innovation website June 2013 (.pdf)

  5. "Helping Electronics Beat the Heat" NSF See Innovation website June 2013 (.pdf)

  6. "Graphene Flakes Take the Heat" NSF See Innovation website June 2013 (.pdf)

  7. "WISH TV Clip" Indianapolis CBS affiliate, January 2002(.avi)

  8. "Cooler Gadgets" TV Segment by AIP May 2002(.avi)

  9. "Academic's Year: Science fellow looks back on time with the Department" State Department Magazine November 2011 (.pdf)

  10. "Professor Keeps his Cool with New Duties" The Journal and Courier September 24, 2011 (.pdf)

  11. "Student intern in DC with Sandia group" The Washington Post August 15, 2011 (.pdf)

  12. "Purdue researcher receives NSF award recognizing innovation" Purdue News January 20, 2011 (.pdf)
    read it in Romanian" WebHostingGeeks.com November 2, 2011 (.pdf)

  13. "Professor Receives Innovation Prize" Inside Indiana Business, January 19, 2011 (.pdf)

  14. "Nanowick at heart of new system to cool 'power electronics'" Purdue News July 22, 2010 (.pdf)

  15. "New Findings Could Help Hybrid, Electric Cars Keep Their Cool" New-Technology-World.com June 25, 2010 (.pdf)

  16. "Keeping Hybrid & Electric Cars Cool" Alternative Energy News, September 28, 2009 (.pdf)

  17. "New findings could help hybrid, electric cars keep their cool" innovations report, September 25, 2009 (.pdf)

  18. "Cooling Breakthrough For Computers, Car Electronics" Zikkir, September 24, 2009 (.pdf)

  19. "Cooling breakthrough for computers" qatarSamachar.com September 24, 2009 (.pdf)

  20. "Engineer's findings to help hybrid, Electric Cars keep their cool" Technology.am, September 23, 2009 (.pdf)

  21. "Helping electric cars keep their cool" R&D Mag, September 23, 2009 (.pdf)

  22. "New Findings Could Help Hybrid, Electric Cars Keep their Cool" VALPOLIFE.com, 2009 (.pdf)

  23. "New findings could help hybrid, electric cars keep their cool" PHYSORG.com September 22, 2009 (.pdf)

  24. "Microscale Boiling May Lead to Better Cooling for Electronics and Hybrid Vehicles" Azomaterials September 23, 2009 (.pdf)

  25. "Keeping hybrids cool under the bonnet reaches boiling point" gizmag.com September 23, 2009 (.pdf)

  26. "New findings could help hybrid, electric cars keep their cool" Purdue News, September 22, 2009 (.pdf)

  27. "Findings Could Help Hybrid, Electric Cars Keep Their Cool" red Orbit, September 22, 2009 (.pdf)

  28. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" VR-Zone Technology Beats, August 17, 2008 (.pdf)

  29. "Computers Chill Out with a Nano Fridge" Institute of nanoTechnology August 4, 2009 (.pdf)

  30. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" VerticalNews, July 14, 2008 (.pdf)

  31. "Compact cooler can chill computers" InTech eweekly Industry News, June 26, 2008 (.pdf)

  32. "Tiny refrigerator to cool future computers" one india living June 23, 2008 (.pdf)

  33. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" Material News, June 23, 2008 (.pdf)

  34. "A refrigerator inside your laptop?" ZDNet, June 21, 2008 (.pdf)

  35. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" nano techwire.com June 21, 2008 (.pdf)

  36. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" LabSpaces June 20, 2008 (.pdf)

  37. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" Huliq, June 20, 2008 (.pdf)

  38. "Tiny coolers beat the heat on the go" R&D Mag, June 20, 2008 (.pdf)

  39. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" EurekAlert! June 19, 2008 (.pdf)

  40. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" e! Science News, June 19, 2008 (.pdf)

  41. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" Nanotechnology News, June 19, 2008 (.pdf)

  42. "Tiny refrigerator taking shape to cool future computers" Purdue News June 19, 2008 (.pdf)

  43. "Heat Transfer across Solid Contacts Enhanced with Nanomaterials" thermalHUB, February 7, 2008 (.pdf)

  44. "New technology has dramatic chip-cooling potential for future computers" Purdue News August 13, 2007 (.pdf)

  45. "Micro-pump is cool idea for future computer chips" Psych Central 2006 (.pdf)

  46. "Purdue researchers look at nanotechnology to reduce computer-chip heating" Military & Aerospace Electronics August 1, 2006 (.pdf)

  47. "micro pump cooling built inside CPU" videocards.com June 20, 2006 (.pdf)

  48. "Nanotube "Velcro" aids in chip cooling, say researchers" electroiq.com May 4, 2006 (.pdf)

  49. "Nanotubes act as 'thermal Velcro' to reduce computer-chip heating" NanoScience.hu, May 3, 2006 (.pdf)

  50. "Engineers develop cooling device for computer IC" EE Times Asia May 2, 2006 (.pdf)

  51. "Nanotubes act as 'thermal velcro' to reduce computer-chip heating" EurekAlert!, May 2, 2006 (.pdf)

  52. "Nanotubes act as 'thermal Velcro' to reduce computer-chip heating" nano techwire.com May 2, 2006 (.pdf)

  53. "Purdue Engineers Develop Tiny "Micro-Pump" Cooling Device" Azonanotechnology, May 2, 2006 (.pdf)

  54. "Future heatsinks may employ carbon nanotubes" tech enclave, May 2, 2006 (.pdf)

  55. "Nanotubes Act as 'Thermal Velcro' to Reduce Computer-Chip Heating" Newswise.com, May 2, 2006 (.pdf)

  56. "Nanotubes act as thermal velcro to reduce computer-chip heating" nano werk, May 1, 2006 (.pdf)

  57. "Nanotubes act as 'thermal Velcro' to reduce computer-chip heating" Purdue News May 1, 2006 (.pdf)

  58. "Micro-pump Is Cool Idea For Future Computer Chips" Blogspan.com April 2006 (.pdf)

  59. "A Cool Idea For Future Computer Chips" HPCwire.com, April 28, 2006 (.pdf)

  60. "Micro-Pump Is Cool Idea For Future Computer Chips" Science Daily, April 27, 2006 (.pdf)

  61. "Micro-pump is cool idea for future computer chips" AurekAlert!, April 26, 2006 (.pdf)

  62. "MicroPump Is Cool Idea for Future Computer Chips" Newswise.com April 26, 2006 (.pdf)

  63. "Micro-Pump is Cool Idea for Future Computer Chips" Nanotechnology World (.pdf)

  64. "Micro-pump is cool idea for future computer chips" Purdue News April 25, 2006 (.pdf)

  65. "Nanotubes act as 'thermal Velcro' to reduce computer-chip heating" innovations report, April 5, 2006 (.pdf)

  66. "Nanotubes act as 'thermal Velcro' to reduce computer-chip heating" MaterialNews, March 5, 2006 (.pdf)

  67. "Nanotubes Act As 'Thermal Velcro' To Reduce Computer-Chip Heating "Science Daily, May 2, 2006 (.pdf)

  68. "Researchers propose center to develop future chip-cooling technologies" Purdue News April 15, 2005 (.pdf)

  69. "Nano-lightning To Create tiny Wind Currents To Cool Future Computers" Nanotechwire.com, April 2, 2004 (.pdf)

  70. "'Nano-Lightning' Could Be Harnessed To Cool Future Computers" Science Daily, March 31, 2004 (.pdf)

  71. "Researchers develop miniature cooling system that generates nanoscale breezes" New Materials International, March 31, 2004 (.pdf)

  72. "A Tiny Wind to Cool the Tiniest Circuits" NSF Press Release March 31, 2004 (.pdf)

  73. "Nano work chases self-cooled chips" EE Times, March 29, 2004 (.pdf)

  74. "Suresh Garimella: Creating Cool Devices For Hot Chips" Indolink, March 26, 2004 (.pdf)

  75. "At Purdue, cooling chips with mini lightning storms" News.com, March 25, 2004 (.pdf)

  76. "Chip cooling technology struck by lightning" The Register, March 25, 2004 (.pdf)

  77. "'Nano-lightning' could cool microchips without moving parts" Small Times, March 24, 2004 (.pdf)

  78. "'Nano-lighting' could cool computer chips" NewScientist.com news service, March 24, 2004

  79. "Nano-lightning' could cool future computers" the ENGINEER, March 24, 2004 (.pdf)

  80. "Nano-Lightning Cooling For Computers" Azonanotechnology, March 23, 2004 (.pdf)

  81. "'Nano-lightning' could be harnessed to cool future computers" Purdue News, March 22, 2004 (.pdf)

  82. "'NANO-LIGHTNING' COULD BE HARNESSED TO COOL FUTURE COMPUTERS" Nano Tsunami (.pdf)

  83. "'Nano-Lightning' Could Be Harnessed to Cool Future Computers" nanotechwire.com, March 22, 2004 (.pdf)

  84. "Cool applications for hot technologies" Electroiq (.pdf)

  85. "Cooling Electronic Components - Some Really Cool Developments" Elektor Electronics, Vol. 29, pp. 18-22, Turnbridge, England, June 2003 (.pdf)

  86. "Laptop computer cooling device wins $50,000 first prize in student entrepreneurial contest" Purdue News, March 27, 2003 (.pdf)

  87. "Le refroidissement intégré," l'Ordinateur Individuel, July-August, 2002, NO. 141.

  88. "Fittingly, a cool idea worthy of top prize", Journal and Courier, 2002.

  89. "Entrepreneurs win prize for device that cools down computers", Journal and Courier, 2002.

  90. "WTEN (ABC Affiliate), Albany, New York, May 2002.

  91. "Nieuwe Koeling PC," De Ingenieur, The Netherlands, 10 May 2002.

  92. "Flap over hot chips" Economist.com, 14 March 2002.

  93. " Design News, 11 March 2002.

  94. "Cooling Gets in a Flap," Eureka-Findlay Publications, UK, February 2002.

  95. "Tiny fans that flap" Enclosures and Fans, Design Engineering, February 2002.

  96. "Tiny Fans to Cool Future Electronics" The Hindu, January 31, 2002.

  97. "Microengineering and Nanotechnology News, Vol. 8, No. 1, January 2002.

  98. ";New Technologies Help Chips Chill Out" NewsFactor Network, January 25, 2002.

  99. "WISH TV, Indianapolis, 5:30 pm News, January 22, 2002. video (see clip at the top).

  100. "Mini-fans Solve Maxi-Heating Problems" R&D Magazine, Vol. 44, No. 1, p. 18, January 2002.

  101. "Cool Ideas for Overheated Chips" Wired News, January 15, 2002.

  102. "Fan Brings Cool Comfort for Chips" The Engineer, p. 4, January 4, 2002.

  103. "`Fan-On-A-Chip` for Cool Electronics" Medical Materials Update, January 2002.

  104. "High Tech Ceramic News" Vol. 13, No. 9, January 2002.

  105. "Minifächer kűhlt Notebooks" c't, Germany, January 2002.

  106. "A Nano Fan for Nano Gadgets" Wired News, December 27, 2001.

  107. "Swaying fans may cool new chips" New Scientist, December 17, 2001.

  108. "Engineers create tiny fans to cool future electronics" Design Engineering, 14 December 2001.

  109. "Kleine Faecher auf Chips sollen Hitze vertreiben" Golem Network News, Germany, December 14, 2001.

  110. "Engineers create tiny, wiggling fans to cool future electronics" GlobalTechnoScan, December 2001.

  111. "Cool Center at Purdue" Materials Today, Elsevier, November/December 2001.

  112. "Article in Eenadu" a Telugu newspaper published in Hyderabad, India, 29 October 2001.

  113. " ACM News Service" Volume 3 Issue 266: Friday, October 19, 2001.

  114. ";Wiggling Fans and Other Ways to Keep a Computer Cool" New York Times, October 18, 2001.

  115. "Miniature cooling technologies focus of Purdue-industry centre" Design Engineering, 9 October 2001.

  116. "Miniature cooling technologies focus of Purdue-industry center" Purdue News, October 8, 2001 (.pdf)

   
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