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/low-malariaUPDATE: Therapeutic malaria treatment shown to be 100% effective in Phase 2 trial

The fight against one of the world's deadliest infectious diseases — malaria — may soon have two new weapons.


embrioCracking the code of cellular defense

Imagine the day when any tissue or organ can be repaired or the replacements personalized to the patient.


vacca-tractorsOutstanding in their field: Tractor efficiency increased, thanks to Purdue hydraulics research

Modern agricultural tractors contain so much cutting-edge technology, they rival even the latest spacecraft. But the back end is still old-school, relying largely on fossil fuels. So any optimization in tractor efficiency is a huge win for the environment.


white-marriottWhite Lodging and Purdue University enhance relationship, honor J.W. ‘Bill’ Marriott, Jr.

White Lodging, one of the leading hospitality development and management companies in the United States, is enhancing the development of the next generation of hospitalitarians as part of the White family’s significant continued support of Purdue University.


atlas-pmu$2.5 million gift names Purdue Memorial Union ground floor

The Purdue University Board of Trustees on Friday (Oct. 1) approved naming the ground floor of the Purdue Memorial Union for the family of Bob and Judy Atlas in recognition of a $2.5 million gift from the Robert and Judith Atlas Family Foundation.


adams-j21Former U.S. surgeon general named Presidential Fellow, to lead health equity initiatives at Purdue

Dr. Jerome Adams, former Indiana state health commissioner and the 20th U.S. surgeon general, will join Purdue University on Friday (Oct. 1) as a Presidential Fellow and the university’s first executive director of health equity initiatives, professor of practice in the departments of Pharmacy Practice and Public Health and a faculty member of the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering at Purdue.


han-portraitScientists reverse pancreatic cancer progression in ‘time machine’ made of human cells

What makes pancreatic cancer so deadly is its covert and quick spread. Now, a “time machine” built by Purdue University engineers has shown a way to reverse the course of cancer before it spreads throughout the pancreas.


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