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September 28, 2022

Breakthrough could transform single-use plastics recycling

Letian Dou, Charles Davidson Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, and his group has discovered a way to make polymers with a slightly elongated carbon bond that are stable under normal conditions and can be broken down via mild heating, providing a better recycling solution that advances material circularity and sustainability.
September 26, 2022

Composite of a life: R. Byron Pipes

R. Byron Pipes, NAE, is the John Bray Distinguished Professor of Engineering and executive director of the Composites Manufacturing & Simulation Center (CMSC) at Purdue. Purdue Engineering Review sat down with him for a talk about his life in engineering.
September 23, 2022

An open source framework for digital agriculture

James V. Krogmeier. professor in the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is proposing an edge computing framework called Avena to address shortcomings of electronic sensors, machines and applications from different vendors not communicating well with one other.

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