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Purdue’s Discovery Park A. H. Rebar, DVM, Ph.D. Executive Director of Discovery Park and Senior Associate Vice Preside PowerPoint Presentation
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Purdue’s Discovery Park A. H. Rebar, DVM, Ph.D. Executive Director of Discovery Park and Senior Associate Vice Preside

Purdue’s Discovery Park A. H. Rebar, DVM, Ph.D. Executive Director of Discovery Park and Senior Associate Vice Preside

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Purdue’s Discovery Park A. H. Rebar, DVM, Ph.D. Executive Director of Discovery Park and Senior Associate Vice Preside

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  1. Purdue’s Discovery Park A. H. Rebar, DVM, Ph.D. Executive Director of Discovery Park and Senior Associate Vice President for Research Unlocking Purdue’s Treasure Chest 3/13/06

  2. Discovery Park Integrated Centers

  3. Purdue Research Park Industry Startup Company Licensing Joint Venture Cooperative EducationCampus wide Value Proposition An Engine for Indiana’s Economy To Practice or Commercialization Project Ideas Educational or Training Concepts Nurturing Seeding Executing Discovery Park & University Infrastructure Discovery Park is designed to rapidly integrate Purdue with outside partners.

  4. Discovery Park Infrastructure • Administrative • Business team – SPS & Business Admin. • Project coordination • Web site integration • Special events • Technical • Research Cores – partnership with academic units • Equipment and facilities

  5. Discovery Park Infrastructure(continued) • Academic Support • Seed funds for Super Projects • Faculty start-up for recruitment • Cost sharing • Special Opportunity Support • Staff • Funds

  6. Sustainability • Financial • Organizational • Cultural Enthusiasm

  7. Birck Nanotechnology Center

  8. 2 nm Birck Nanotechnology Center Molecular Electronics • Organic molecules have unique and controllable electrical characteristics • Applications: • Switching elements • Molecular memories • Sensors • $15 million NASA Institute for Nanoelectronics and Computing (Datta)

  9. Center for Advanced Manufacturing(CAM) Interfacing basic academic research and applied needs of the manufacturing industry

  10. Disposable Cartridges for Rapid Detection of Microbial ContaminantsRashid Bashir, BioVitesse and Lite MachinesBio Sensor meets Model Helicopter Center for Advanced Manufacturing • Need • Plastic packaging for cartridge • 200-500 units for alpha testing • Solution • BioVitesse sensor • Lite Machines injection molding • Purdue faculty and students Short-term project devices available in one semester Short-term project devices available in one semester

  11. For information on Discovery Park: http://www.purdue.edu/discoverypark Dr. A. H. Rebar (765) 496-6625; rebar@purdue.edu It’s All Happening Here! • Educating leaders for tomorrow • Hiring and retaining the brightest minds • Exploring new horizons • Enabling new capabilities • Opening new avenues for basic and applied research • Speeding new inventions • Accelerating technology commercialization • Creating high-tech industry • Making economic impact • Shaping the future