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World-renowned faculty and more than 400 research laboratories put Purdue University among the world's leading research institutions.
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Part of our Think Summer at Purdue series: Undergraduate students from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, IIT Hyderabad and IIT Madras participated in the Purdue Undergraduate Research Experience (PURE) program on the West Lafayette campus. Working on individual projects with faculty and graduate mentors in computer science, chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and computer engineering and mechanical engineering, the students addressed many areas of importance for both the U.S. and India, including energy, health, agriculture, manufacturing, infrastructure, communications and information technology. http://bit.ly/2uX0lbu
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Part of our Think Summer at Purdue series: Purdue University and Microsoft have signed a multi-year agreement to develop a useable quantum computer. Michael Freedman (left), Microsoft Corp. quantum computing researcher, and Suresh Garimella, executive vice president for research and partnerships and Purdue's Goodson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering, signed the new five-year enhanced collaboration agreement in May. http:/ /bit.ly/2t9zude
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Part of our Think Summer at Purdue series: Several dozen high school students and teachers spent a week at Discovery Park at Purdue University for an immersive learning experience in energy. At the sixth annual Duke Energy Academy, participants engaged in hands-on activities such as snap circuits, wind turbine challenges and drone-flying experiences, as well as energy education exercises including a photovoltaic challenge, wind farm challenge, grid challenge and a Lego Mindstorm challenge. http://bit.ly/2sI2rNP
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On Target Laboratories LLC, founded by Phil Low, director of thePurdue Institute for Drug Discovery in Discovery Park at Purdue University,
has received Special Protocol Assessment approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its Phase 3 ovarian cancer intraoperative imaging clinical trial.
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A record 85,465 Purdue alumni, faculty, staff, retirees, students, parents and friends donated to the university during the fiscal year that ended June 30, spurring 2016-17 to an all-time-high $351.9 million raised for the year. It marks the first time in Purdue’s history that donors have contributed more than $300 million a year for three years in a row. http://bit.ly/2vtsgiK
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Scientists from Purdue Agriculture have released research findings that indicate corn management processes contributing to optimal levels of plant nitrogen uptake could result in fewer nitrous oxide emissions, long identified as one of the most potent greenhouse gases. http://bit.ly/2tQkySn
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Purdue University entomology professor Catherine Hill of Purdue Agriculture and Discovery Park at Purdue University is researching a way to respond to new and reemerging vector borne diseases, specifically without wiping out the mosquito population. http://bit.ly/2udv5Y6
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Butterfly enthusiasts of all ages and knowledge levels are invited to visit the Evonik Wildlife Habitat Area in Lafayette on July 15 for a celebration of butterflies and to help measure the area’s butterfly population. The event is sponsored by Evonik Corporation and the Department of Entomology @ Purdue University. http://bit.ly/2tPL1gE
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A Purdue researcher and a team of scientists working on a new insecticide argue that mosquitoes should not simply be made extinct due to their role in various ecosystems.

Catherine Hill, a professor of entomology, and her team are developing an insecticide that will suppress mosquitoes’ ability to transmit diseases without killing the insect or interfering with other life forms. The team was one of the winners of Discovery Park at Purdue University’s Big Idea Challenge. http://bit.ly/2ucNSTk
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ITaP | Information Technology at Purdue is offering a new computing resource for Purdue researchers running applications that need graphics processing unit (GPU) accelerators. The system, known as Halstead-GPU, is designed to accelerate applications in molecular dynamics, deep learning, quantum chemistry and many other domains. http://bit.ly/2tMiJ8e
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