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Many people think of virtual reality (VR) as a technology used purely for entertainment, especially in video games. But VR will soon be commonplace in our everyday lives, changing everything...
Published: September 27, 2016
Students and solar panels.
William Arnett’s solar energy research could have immediate impact on Purdue University and similar institutions. His first publication, “Financial Analysis of University Investments in...
Published: September 09, 2016
Funding proposals for July 2016 Bolded names are Purdue Polytechnic faculty or staff; starred names are the principal investigators. Project Odin - Thor Data Collection Investigator(s): Stephen...
Published: September 09, 2016
Funded research awards for July 2016 Bolded names are Purdue Polytechnic faculty or staff; starred names are the principal investigators. Project 5: National General Aviation Flight Information...
Published: September 09, 2016
Camera light sensors can be solar cells, too.
Daniel Leon-Salas, associate professor of engineering technology, wants his camera’s light sensor to do more. After all, when a camera is not taking pictures, its sensor is not called upon to...
Published: September 07, 2016
The airline industry is weathering a pilot shortage that’s hitting regional carriers like Indianapolis-based Republic Airways especially hard. Republic filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy...
Published: September 07, 2016
Nathan Hartman
The Purdue University Board of Trustees on Friday (Aug. 26) approved three named professorships and a distinguished professorship, including Nathan Hartman as the Dauch Family Endowed Professor in...
Published: August 26, 2016
The Purdue Polytechnic High School is one of two new charter schools in Indianapolis that recently received fellowships from The Mind Trust. The Indianapolis-based nonprofit offers grants and support...
Published: August 18, 2016