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July 17, 2018

Electronic stickers to streamline Internet of Things

Researchers at Purdue have developed a new fabrication method that makes tiny, thin-film electronic circuits peelable from a surface. The technique not only eliminates several manufacturing steps and the associated costs, but also allows any object to sense its environment or be controlled through the application of a high-tech sticker.
July 16, 2018

RENEWW House aims for net zero energy, water, and waste

Is it possible to convert a 1920's bungalow into a 21st-century smart home with net zero water and energy usage? That's the goal of Purdue University's RENEWW House, in conjunction with Whirlpool Corporation. Purdue researchers have added solar panels for heat and electricity, filtered rainwater basins for most water usage, a biowall of plants to filter the air, energy-efficient appliances, and sensors to monitor every drop of water and energy usage.
July 12, 2018

Bin Yao receives Nagamori Award

Bin Yao, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, was selected as one of the recipients to receive the 4th Nagamori Award through the Nagamori Foundation in Japan.
July 3, 2018

Yung Shin creates manufacturing process for superhydrophobic surfaces

A new manufacturing process developed by Yung Shin's team may improve the water repellency for some common products, ranging from medical equipment and sensors to vehicle engines and windshields. Using ultra-fast lasers, they create superhydrophobic microchannels on polymers.
June 29, 2018

Purdue team wins manufacturing challenge

A Purdue team has won a challenge from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for their analysis and modeling of the manufacturing process known as stereolithography (SLA).
June 28, 2018

Purdue SEDS launches its highest rocket ever

Purdue SEDS (Students for the Exploration and Development of Space) launched a solid rocket to 41,096 feet during the Spaceport America Cup in New Mexico. Their rocket, called "A Slightly Smaller Step," was a Cesaroni N5800. The rocket flew to 41,096 ft altitude, reached speeds up to Mach 2.4, and experienced 30 Gs of acceleration. At apogee the drogue successfully deployed and at 1,500 ft the main parachute deployed resulting in touchdown 2.5 miles away from the launch site. Using our Telemetrum telemetry system we were able to follow the GPS location directly to the landing site.
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