Purdue University's ambitious endeavor to bring innovation through multidisciplinary action is setting its sights high, looking to achieve unprecedented goals.
Nanotechnology is an emerging science in which new materials and tiny structures are built atom by atom or molecule by molecule.
The Bindley Bioscience Center (BBC) is the Discovery Park Center that blends life sciences and engineering research to cultivate and support innovative, multi-investigator, interdisciplinary research teams at Purdue University. In parallel, the research and development efforts of the BBC foster outside engagement activities that promote economic development initiatives in the life sciences sector of the state, region, nation, and world.
The Purdue Cyber Center (CC) has been created to give Purdue a competitive advantage in creating, disseminating, and preserving scientific and engineering knowledge.
Purdue's Future Energy Discovery Center (FEDC) is a multidisciplinary academic community of over 75 researchers, scientists, engineers and economists formed to interact with and significantly contribute to the energy solutions that states, nations, and the world are currently seeking. The Center's vision is to significantly contribute to the transition from fossil fuels to other energy sources.
The mission of the Center of Environment is to enhance environmental integrity with enlightened stewardship and innovative monitoring, modeling, and management of natural resources, resulting in expanded economic development and improved quality of life.
The Center for Advanced Manufacturing serves as an interface between basic academic research and the need of the manufacturing industry. CAM works to develop research projects of mutual interest to Purdue University researchers and Indiana's manufacturers.
The mission of the Oncological Sciences Center is to eliminate the cancer as a cause of death and suffering.