In the News: Research

Shedding light on dark mode to save energy

AAE's Howell on USAF-funded team to track objects in space

Building infrastructure resilience in the face of community and societal disasters

Purdue-SRC partner in pursuit of advanced microelectronics, semiconductor workforce

Purdue, SRC partner to pursue advanced microelectronics, semiconductor workforce

ABE’s Chaterji receives $550,000 NSF CAREER grant for streaming analytics and IoT project

Picking the Molecular Lock to Recycle Plastic

Cislunar blueprint to propel space outreach for the next 50 years

Upskilling America to Restore Global Competitiveness

Purdue Is Engineering the Future of Life in Space

'Aglectric' Farming: A New Land-Sharing Strategy To Boost the Solar Economy

I2D Expo showcases student and faculty research with a global perspective

NASA picks Purdue for new institute researching space habitats

Chemical Engineering research to turn plastic waste into clean fuels

Manufacturing Design Laboratory celebrates opening at Purdue, marking new space to explore advanced manufacturing possibilities

Engineering’s Undergraduate Research Office to Open in January

Bringing 'space trash' safely back to Earth

Research on clots could make pancreatic cancer more treatable

Light-bending tech shrinks kilometers-long radiation system to millimeter scale

Purdue research: Heat, weekends play a role in Chicago summer shootings

Small new shoe sensor may be a driving force to help prevent injuries and improve athletic performance

MRI tool watches how electrical stimulation could cure digestive disorders

Purdue professor leads effort to increase cybersecurity for nuclear power plants

New material and manufacturing process use sun's heat for cheaper renewable electricity

Simple stickers may save lives and lower medical costs for families

Toward unhackable communication: Single particles of light could bring the 'quantum internet'

IE's Wachs interviewed by Inside Indiana Business about AR

Tech to prepare manufacturers, workers for the 'factory of the future'

Super cheap earth element to advance new battery tech to the industry

New 3D-printed cement paste gets stronger when it cracks - just like structures in nature

Better surgery: New glue developed at Purdue could make millions of medical procedures safer, less invasive for patients

Wearable 'microbrewery' saves human body from radiation damage

Howell featured in Bloomberg Businessweek