Purdue Innovations Receive Over $200K From Commercialization Fund
from Enhanced Online News
Purdue University researchers received over $200,000 through the Trask Innovation Fund to commercialize their innovations. The Purdue Research Foundation-managed Trask Innovation Fund assists faculty and staff whose discoveries are commercialized through the Purdue Office of Technology Commercialization. Corey Neu, assistant professor in Purdue's College of Engineering, received $50,000 to support "Critical Advancement to a New AFM/NMR Instrument." It allows researchers to better understand cell movement and physical and chemical properties at a single-cell level.
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