Future systems that allow people to interact with virtual environments will require computers to interpret the human hand’s nearly endless variety and complexity of changing motions and joint angles.
Jerry Lynch, professor of economics in Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management, is an expert in monetary theory and policy, macroeconomics, and international trade and finance. He can talk about the economic implications of Great Britain’s vote to withdraw from the European Union.
New research aims to help educators quantify how the best students perform problem solving with the aid of instructional videos, a step toward learning how to better coach students in difficult engineering curricula.
Cities and towns with 'urban forests' such as parks and streets lined with trees could spend less money by taking steps to save emerald ash borer-infested trees early rather than wait until they can only replace them, Purdue University researchers concluded in a study.
A Purdue University professor has been awarded a 2016 Human Frontier Science Program grant to uncover how cells measure time.
Electronic sensor that tells dead bacteria from live by measuring 'osmoregulation' is potential future tool for medicine and food safety
A new type of electronic sensor that might be used to quickly detect and classify bacteria for medical diagnostics and food safety has passed a key hurdle by distinguishing between dead and living bacteria cells.