Defense and Security news
Understanding the gravity of the situation: ALPHA scientists prove that antimatter falls at the same rate as matter
Early on in science classes all over the world, students drop diverse things to learn how gravity works and how outside forces might affect the rate of fall. But the science of falling goes well beyond the bowling ball and feather experiment. Einstein’s theory of relativity is still being studied, applied and proven in a multitude of ways today. For instance, the Antihydrogen Laser Physics Apparatus (ALPHA) project, based at CERN, published in Nature on Wednesday (Sept. 27) about the science of antimatter with the goal of discovering if gravity affects matter and antimatter in the same way. Spoiler alert: It does!
A new Purdue Online Learning 2.0 Military Advisory Board will help identify avenues to advance Purdue’s overarching objective of educating and supporting more military-affiliated students, especially through the unmatched continuum of online educational programs Purdue offers.
Purdue’s semiconductor innovation ecosystem grows with CHIPS-funded, Indiana-led semiconductor hub and with upcoming summit
Purdue University continues building momentum as America’s leading university in semiconductors, with a broad range of updates this fall semester.
Purdue establishes permanent presence next to NSWC Crane for future of national defense and semiconductors
Officials of Purdue University, the Purdue Applied Research Institute (PARI) and the Purdue Research Foundation announced a permanent presence in elevating the partnership with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane), in a ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 5, at WestGate Academy in Odon, Indiana. This investment will catalyze and accelerate the existing collaborative research agreements that focus on national security and defense and on semiconductors.
Twenty Purdue juniors and a host of university officials met Wednesday (Aug. 30) for the start of a big endeavor with a lot of promise: The students are the first cohort of the Defense Civilian Training Corps at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus.
Researchers at Purdue University are advancing the world of robotics and autonomy with their patent-pending method that improves on traditional machine vision and perception.
With dozens of missions headed to the space between Earth and the moon over the next 10 years, there’s bound to be traffic.