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High-temperature electronics? That’s hot

Most electronics only function within a certain temperature range. Now, scientists at Purdue University have blended two organic materials together and created electronics that can withstand extreme...

Genetic study provides new information about endangered whales

Seek after an alarmingly low number of grey whales in the western Pacific Ocean may rest with their cousins toward the east, as indicated...

AI tool automatically reveals how to write apps that drain less battery

There are multiple applications available to do a single task. To do a single task, those apps consumes lots of battery and developers yet haven't...

Super-resolution microscopy builds multicolor 3D from 2D

Purdue University, Super-resolution microscopy is a technique that can "see" beyond the diffraction limit of light. The system has accumulated expanding interest as of...

New drug to fast-tracks faster bone fracture healing

A broken bone is a pretty serious injury for anyone. According to the Journal of Internal Medicine, one in three adults aged 50 and older die...

New tools to help health care workers save lives in war zones, natural disasters, rural areas

Purdue University analysts have built up a one of a kind approach that permits experienced specialists and doctors far and wide to help less-experienced...

New ‘tornado’ lab-on-a-chip technology with micro tweezers

Scientists at the Purdue University have come up with an innovative approach for detecting and diagnosing a tumor or a viral disease. They have developed a...

New data collection technology may help small airports improve operations counts

There are almost 521 airport traffic control towers in the US. Nearly 20,000 U.S. airports reported that documenting flight operations is a bit challenging. Airport...

World’s fastest man-made spinning object created

Scientists at the Purdue, Peking University, Tsinghua University, and the Collaborative Innovation Center of Quantum Matter in Beijing come in collaboration and have developed...

New development in 3D super-resolution imaging gives insight on Alzheimer’s disease

According to an estimate, 40% of Americans over the age of 85 have Alzheimer's disease. One noteworthy issue with understanding Alzheimer's isn't having the capacity to...

New manufacturing process creates super-small channels to improve water repellency

Scientists at the Purdue University have developed a new manufacturing process that holds the potential to improve the water repellency for some common products. The process...

New technique helps remove pharmaceuticals, chemical contaminants from public water systems

The concern about water contaminants has been standing out as truly newsworthy in the recent months as the EPA held a national summit on...

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