Three Purdue students have been accused of entering their professor's computer and changing their grades -- even A to A+. They're said to have switched out the professor's keyboard to log keystrokes and glean passwords.
A team of researchers from Purdue University's Center for Systems Integrity created a high-tech "speed bump" that can detect damage to Army vehicles.
200 employees will help build a machine that will be the size of a semi trailer and will be able to perform more than 60 trillion operations in one second.
Researchers say they can make a tire into one big sensor that will tell you how the treads are wearing, whether the tires are balanced, and where that little nail has dug in.
Purdue engineers develop a process to turn water into hydrogen.
A man robs a drugstore on the Upper East Side in New York. Police quickly track him down because the OxyContin bottle he was given was actually a dummy bottle equipped with GPS.
You may never want to zip up your zipper like a commoner again, after seeing how this crazy Rube Goldberg machine built by students does it. Genius.
Researchers say they can zap implants with electrical currents to release specific amounts of medication to targeted areas of the body.
The new tool, built in conjunction with the social analytics company Dataminr, aims to discover breaking news soon after it happens.
You just have to don goggles equipped with infrared LEDs and run in front of an infrared camera that tracks your bobbing head.