The spirit of the College of Engineering strategic plan, "Extraordinary People, Global Impact," is captured in four stories. Follow our progress by reading recent spotlights under each story.
- New lab-on-chip advance uses low-cost, disposable paper strips
- Future surgeons may use robotic nurse, 'gesture recognition'
- Ultrafast laser 'scribing' technique to cut cost, hike efficiency of solar cells
- Faculty, ITaP partnership looks at making 3-D projection a classroom staple
- Hydrogels used to make precise new sensor
- New approach needed to prevent major 'systemic failures'
- Already immortal: Emilia Czyszczon discovers a previously unidentified virus
- Indiana putting old tires to new use in transportation projects
- New solar cell self-repairs like natural plant systems
- Purdue team creates 'engineered organ' model for breast cancer research
- Boilermaker Bubblehead: Megan Maloney to train for submarine service
- Klimeck and McKinnis participate at White House NDEMC ceremony