The company Anu, founded by two Purdue Polytechnic engineering technology alumni, received funding to manufacture seed pods. These pods are part of a larger invention that will bring gardens and personal-sized greenhouses for edible produce into peoples' homes.
Purdue Polytechnic Institute, the university’s college for technology disciplines, will launch 10 majors at the newley-established Purdue University Indianapolis in fall 2024.
During last spring's Tech Expo, Purdue Polytechnic seniors in the School of Engineering Technology showcased many ways they've "learned by doing" through projects for international industry partners to solve real-world engineering problems.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Jose Garcia-Bravo, Robert Nawrocki, Brittany Newell and Jinsheng Fan have combined 3D printing and electric poling into a single process known as the EPAM method. This innovation saves time and money, which has the potential to revolutionize the manufacturing of products with smart sensors like robots and medical devices.
High schoolers from all over Indiana recently converged at Allison Transmission's Demonstration Track in Indianapolis for an all-electric go-kart test session. For many of the teams joining Purdue's evGrandPrix "Test and Tune" events this season, this is their high school's first experience with electric vehicle design, and they have no plans of slowing down.
Purdue Polytechnic's James Tanoos turned the tables on his students this semester by giving them the opportunity to be consultants. Students got to use their expertise learned in class and beyond to help two businesses, by and for Boilermakers, persistently pursue their goals with the latest strategic approaches.
Veronica Brems, Blaise King, Raul Molina and Autumn Yang, Purdue Polytechnic students majoring in construction management technology, have been named as inaugural Kiewit Scholars.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Jason Ostanek is collaborating with colleagues at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) on research to establish laboratory testing capability, enhance performance and improve the safety of lithium-ion batteries.
Purdue Polytechnic faculty in the “Realizing the Digital Enterprise” research impact area are working to pair technological capability and social responsibility, creating successful cyber–physical experiences.
Lower total costs of ownership could make hydrogen fuel cell electric buses the right choice to replace diesel-powered public transportation, according to Purdue Polytechnic’s John Sheffield.