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Prof. Lyutikov to discuss gravitational waves at Science on Tap
Researchers devise new method to measure antimatter
Purdue researchers uncover what makes black holes shine
Prof. Chen heading a multidisciplinary group to apply photonics to food safety, biosecurity, and healthcare.
Prof. Pyrak-Nolte becomes President of the American Rock Mechanics Association
Professor Mike Manfra collaborates with Microsoft
Grad student David Blasing receives Class of 1922 Outstanding Innovation in Helping Students Learn Award
Murphy Award Interview: Erica Carlson
Rechargeable 'spin battery' promising for spintronics and quantum computing
Greg Boebinger (BS 81) named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Graphene ‘phototransistor’ promising for optical technologies
Prof. Carlson receives Murphy Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching
Does Mars have rings? Not right now, but maybe one day.
Prof. Nolte receives Purdue's top commercialization award. Profs. Fischbach, Kim, and Reifenberger recognized for patented inventions.
PRIME Lab analysis of martian meteorite shows evidence of a 2 billion-year volcanic eruption
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