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Since its founding in 1869, Purdue has built a reputation for educating outstanding engineers. Today, Purdue Engineering is renowned as one of the largest and most respected engineering schools in the world. Its graduate and undergraduate programs consistently rank high among national peers in surveys conducted by US News & World Report.

The professors who teach and conduct research create a vibrant intellectual environment. Among the fruits of their efforts: award-winning approaches to education (see Engineering Projects in Community Service), satellite trajectories to Jupiter, life-saving and -extending biomaterials, a sustainable environment, incredible machines and contributions to the radical shrinking of electronics through nanotechnology.

Some 6300 undergraduates and 1800 graduate students each year take a rigorous course of study, selecting from 13 ABET accredited programs or designing their own academic program. And outside the classroom, our students race cross-country in sun-powered vehicles, test their mettle in Purdue
Purdue engineers create model for testing transistor reliability
30 November, 2004
Researchers at Purdue University have created a 'unified model' for predicting the reliability of new designs for silicon transistors - a potential tool that industry could use to save tens of millions of dollars annually in testing costs.
Aligned nanotubes improve artificial joints
23 November, 2004
Researchers at Purdue University have shown that artificial joints might be improved by making the implants out of tiny carbon tubes and filaments that are all aligned in the same direction, mimicking the alignment of collagen fibres and natural ceramic crystals in real bones.
'Knowledge discovery' could speed creation of new products
19 October, 2004
Purdue University graduate student Leif Delgass reviews 'molecular orbitals' of a catalyst containing titanium as it is being used to make a plastic polymer, such as polyethylene. The interactive display is part of a system being developed at Purdue University that could dramatically speed up scientific discovery by enabling researchers to test hypotheses in real time using high-performance computing and artificial intelligence software.
 
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