- Teaching machines to pinpoint earthquake damage; Shirley Dyke and Chul Min Yeum are the first to combine computer vision and deep-learning technologies for rapid assessment of structural wreckage.
- Partnerships ensure the future of freight; Purdue engineers team with trucking industry partners to reduce fuel costs and automate over-the-road shipping.
- Engineering the 5G network for our wireless future ; Purdue engineers design ultrafast millimeter-wave networks for 5G mobile communications.
- Toward next-generation "super-resolution" 3-D microscopy; New achievements in "nanoscope" research attract young investigator funding, promise to reveal dynamics in live cell and tissue specimens.
- Boilermaker blasts off in a rocket fuel startup; Discovery of a high-performance, environmentally clean, solid rocket propellant takes off from Purdue's Zucrow Labs.
- Novel bacterial sensor detects cell viability; The electronic device, which uses osmoregulation to determine viability within minutes, could potentially be used to test antibiotic effectiveness on bacteria for food safety and medical diagnostics applications.
- Educating worldly engineers with academic partnerships; The Office of Global Engineering Programs will provide transformative learning opportunities in East Asia.
- Label-free spectroscopic imaging as diagnostic tool; Preeminent team advances imaging techniques for single-cell biological research and molecular diagnoses.
- Success at zero gravity aboard Blue Origin rocket; A Purdue experiment flies on a suborbital rocket test flight by a private company.
- Undergrads create energy-absorbing materials; Students in Pablo Zavattieri's lab help develop energy-absorbing, 3D-printable materials called "PXCMs."
- New 'lipidomics' method could bring fast cancer diagnosis
- Rolls-Royce partnership; A $33 million strategic alliance will support key research on aircraft engines.
- Partnering on particles; A preeminent team advances research on particulate structures and manufacturing techniques across many industries.
- Controlling microbots; This image shows a "microforce-sensing mobile microrobot" juxtaposed against a U.S. penny.
- SURF Purdue; The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program puts students on the discovery path.
- Concentrating energy; New research could make solar power competitive with fossil fuels.
- Epic partnerships; Engineering Projects in Community Service celebrates 20 years of connecting engineering and community.
- Finding answers; Preeminent teams tackling head trauma, ‘label-free imaging,’ advanced materials.
- Fingerprinting the brain; Zhongming Liu integrates imaging techniques for ambitious projects mapping neural networks.
- Torch builders; State calls on Purdue to bring high-tech effects to bicentennial celebration.
- Advancing next-generation compressor technologies
- Clearing roadblocks; The Innovation for International Development Lab brings creative engineering to populations afflicted by poverty or war
- Explosive progress; Interdisciplinary academic research is advancing our understanding of energetic materials and our security
- Funding innovation ; 2015 NSF CAREER awards fund innovation in the classroom and laboratories
- Beyond the moon; Buzz Aldrin plan to colonize Mars scrutinized in students' feasibility study
- Research advances large-scale nanoshaping of ultrasmooth 3D crystalline metallic structures; Latest results chronicled in Dec. 12 issue of Science
- Pioneering Partnership; Purdue's innovative work with a southern Indiana company intent on enhancing oil recovery
- Pursuing Answers; Implantable device research has potential to improve, save lives
- Big Systems Analyst; CAREER award-winning aeronautics and astronautics professor helps teams learn about engineering failures for better designs in the future
- Finding Answers; Summer undergraduate research project improves pump performance prediction
- Research aims at efficient spectrum use
- Connecting With Colombia; Purdue's research collaboration with foreign government continues to build on win-win partnership
- Building Preeminent Teams; Researchers have the potential for dramatic impact and international preeminence
- Creating soft machines; Digital fabrication lab led by Rebecca Kramer is developing new methodologies that embed control at the material level
- Engineering Solutions; Engineering students capture first place in Purdue's 27th annual Burton Morgan Business Plan Competition