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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.


purdue-global-graphicSpeakers, ‘Capture the Flag’ competition to highlight Purdue University Global Cybersecurity Awareness Month activities

Purdue University Global will commemorate Cybersecurity Awareness Month with a variety of activities throughout October and is inviting the public to participate and increase cybersecurity awareness personally and professionally.


ramanathan-seaslugTaking lessons from a sea slug, study points to better hardware for artificial intelligence

For artificial intelligence to get any smarter, it needs first to be as intelligent as one of the simplest creatures in the animal kingdom: the sea slug.


li-tongcang-portraitResearchers use gold film to enhance quantum sensing with qubits in a 2D material

As recently as 2019, spin defects known as qubits were discovered in 2D materials (hexagonal boron nitride), which could amplify the field of ultrathin quantum sensing. These scientists hit a snag in their discovery that has unleashed a scientific race to resolve the issues. The sensitivity of spin qubits in hexagonal boron nitride was limited by their low brightness and the low contrast of their magnetic resonance signal. Last month, Nature Physics published an article titled “Quantum sensors go flat,” highlighting the benefits and outlining current shortfalls of this new means of sensing via qubits in 2D materials.


spencer-testSpacecraft deorbiting device developed at Purdue ready for upcoming test launch

A drag sail that a team at Purdue University developed to pull launch vehicles in space back to Earth is scheduled to undergo a test launch on Thursday (Sept. 2).


data-aiStudy: Indiana manufacturers ready to learn, implement data and artificial intelligence

A quarter of Indiana’s economic output is based in manufacturing, and the transition to becoming data-driven and using artificial intelligence holds the possibility for broad economic impact among manufacturers, who, at this point, are missing a golden opportunity and lagging behind national trends.


convergence-buildingPurdue, Purdue Research Foundation launch 'Lab to Life' 6G digital innovation at Discovery Park District

The Purdue Research Foundation and Purdue University on Tuesday (Aug. 24) announced the launch of the “Lab to Life” (L2L) digital innovation platform in the Discovery Park District adjacent to the university campus. The launch is the next step in creating one of the most connected innovation communities in the nation through the evolution from 5G to 6G.


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