Purdue Polytechnic students, alumni and faculty are all involved with the Indiana Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IN-ISAC), which includes a security operations center (SOC) in West Lafayette.
In the first Purdue University commencement staged in Africa, 22 students received their Master of Science in Technology Leadership and Innovation in Moshi, Tanzania. The degree, with a concentration in biotechnology innovation and regulatory science (BIRS), is offered through the Purdue Polytechnic Institute and its Center for Professional Studies.
The diversity of research options led Gozdem Kilaz to chemical engineering, leading to projects in which she has collaborated with colleagues around the world.
When "The Tonight Show" starring Jimmy Fallon asks for assistance with a science segment, you take advantage of the situation.
The Purdue Exponent highlighted four women researchers in the STEM disciplines, including Purdue Polytechnic’s Nicoletta Adamo-Villani, as part of their Women’s History Month coverage.
Adamo-Villani is a professor of computer graphics technology. Her work focuses on creating avatars to help teach mathematics to deaf children using sign language and studying uses of mixed reality.
A group of Purdue University students have developed Socio, a social media application that revolutionizes the way people connect by introducing the “digital handshake.”
People can see an alert system for school lockdowns and a power chair for toddlers with neurological disorders among the original projects competing in the Midwest Regionals for the 2016 Phoenix Contact Nanoline Contest at Purdue University.
Two Purdue professional flight majors are being praised for their roles in helping Marion Municipal Airport become 2015 Indiana Airport of the Year.
Second Harvest Food Bank has a constant need for fresh vegetables, and students at Purdue Polytechnic Anderson are working on a plan to help produce more of it locally year round.