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1. Mahdi Abu-Omar works with researcher Mahdi Abu-Omar works with researcher Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Mahdi Abu-Omar, a Purdue chemistry professor, works with postdoctoral researcher Guodong Du (left) in a nitrogen atmosphere glove box. Abu-Omar is chair of Purdue's energy symposium. Researchers from around...

2. Engineering students working in laboratory Engineering students working in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette;Graduate students;Laboratories;Computers Purdue mechanical engineering graduate student Brandon Zwink works with graduate student Emily Prewett, to test a helicopter rotor blade with a portable system that uses sound waves to detect damage. The...

3. Douglas E. Adams, Ronald Evans and Johnathan White in laboratory Douglas E. Adams, Ronald Evans and Johnathan White in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Adams, Douglas E.; Researchers at Purdue prepare to test a rotor blade from a military helicopter with a portable system that can quickly detect damage to aircraft and vehicles made of composite materials. Mechanical engineering...

4. Crystal Hagan and professors in veterinary laboratory Crystal Hagan and professors in veterinary laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Whitey, a 14-year-old standardbred horse, wears a monitoring system¬ while walking on a treadmill at the Purdue Large¬ Animal Hospital with the aid of his trainer, Crystal Hagan, a registered¬ large animal...

5. Stephen Adams and Ozan Akkus in veterinary laboratory Stephen Adams and Ozan Akkus in veterinary laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Adams, Stephen B., DVM; Stephen Adams, a veterinarian and professor in Purdue's School of Veterinary¬ Medicine, and Ozan Akkus, an associate professor in the Weldon¬ School of Biomedical Engineering, secure a monitoring system...

6. Ernest R. Blatchley and Jing Li review data in laboratory Ernest R. Blatchley and Jing Li review data in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Research;Laboratories;Computers Researchers Ernest R. Blatchley III and Jing Li at Purdue review data in work to better understand how certain airborne contaminants are created when chlorine reacts with sweat and urine in indoor swimming...

7. Yoon-Shik Shin and J. Stuart Bolton work in laboratory Yoon-Shik Shin and J. Stuart Bolton work in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue mechanical engineering doctoral student Yoon-Shik Shin and J. Stuart Bolton, a professor of mechanical engineering, work on a system that measures how much sound a typical computer fan makes. The...

8. Kang Hou working in laboratory Kang Hou working in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue mechanical engineering master's student Kang Hou places a testing sample inside a system that measures the acoustical properties of materials at the university's Ray W. Herrick Laboratories. The...

9. Taewook Yoo and J. Stuart Bolton working in laboratory Taewook Yoo and J. Stuart Bolton working in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue mechanical engineering doctoral student Taewook Yoo and J. Stuart Bolton, a professor of mechanical engineering, prepare to operate a system that measures the acoustical properties of new perforated,...

10. R. Graham Cooks and Ismael Cotte-Rodriguez reviewing data R. Graham Cooks and Ismael Cotte-Rodriguez reviewing data Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; R. Graham Cooks, from left, Purdue's Henry Bohn Hass Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry, works with former doctoral student Ismael Cotte-Rodriguez to review data after using a new miniature...

11. Jackson T. Gandour talking about brain processes Jackson T. Gandour talking about brain processes Purdue University--Faculty; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette;Computers Jackson T. Gandour, a professor of linguists at Purdue, talks about how the brain processes pitch from language and other sounds. Gandour and his colleagues study brain activity at different stages of...

12. Eckhard Groll and Suresh Garimella working in laboratory Eckhard Groll and Suresh Garimella working in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette;Research;Laboratories Researchers at Purdue University are developing a miniature refrigeration system small enough to fit inside laptops and personal computers, a cooling technology that would boost performance while shrinking...

13. Sanghuyun Ju and David B. Janes in laboratory Sanghuyun Ju and David B. Janes in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue University postdoctoral research associate Sanghyun Ju, sitting, and David B. Janes, a professor, both in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, work at a ""micro-manipulation probe...

14. Gregory Knipp and Li Pan in laboratory Gregory Knipp and Li Pan in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Gregory Knipp, an associate professor of industrial and physical pharmacy at Purdue, works with graduate student Li Pan. Knipp's research group studies chemical compounds found in plastics.

15. Jayathi Y. Murthy and student working on computer simulation Jayathi Y. Murthy and student working on computer simulation Purdue University--Faculty; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette;Graduate students;Computers Jayathi Y. Murthy (standing), a professor in Purdue's School of Mechanical Engineering, works with graduate student Dipali Pradhan on a computer simulation to analyze how heat is transferred through a...

16. Andi Timmerman in laboratory Andi Timmerman in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Andi Timmerman, a project administration manager for SSCI at the Purdue Research Park in West Lafayette, Ind., checks the calibration of a weight machine used to measure pharmaceutical drugs. The company's...

17. Gregory Shaver, Adi Gayatri and Mike Bunce in workshop Gregory Shaver, Adi Gayatri and Mike Bunce in workshop Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Researchers at Purdue's Ray W. Herrick Laboratories are developing fuel-flexible combustion control strategies that enable highly efficient, ultra-low emission combustion of both conventional and domestically-available...

18. Tamara Novakov and Jui Liu in laboratory Tamara Novakov and Jui Liu in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Tamara Novakov, a first-year doctoral student from Serbia, molds a component in the hermetic chamber of a laser engineered net shaping machine while Jui Liu, a second-year master's degree student from...

19. Bart Collins and Steven Witz work on new telehealth model Bart Collins and Steven Witz work on new telehealth model Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue communications professor Bart Collins, seated, and Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering director Steven Witz experiment with new technology that will be used to help design a national telehealth...

20. Babak Ziaie holding prototype wireless device Babak Ziaie holding prototype wireless device Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue engineer Babak Ziaie shows the prototype wireless device he developed with doctoral student Chulwoo Son at the university's Birck Nanotechnology Center. The device fits inside a hypodermic needle...
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