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used in a doctor's office to diagnose and treat patients, analyze food, take biological field samples and scan the air for contamination much faster and more efficiently than conventional instruments.

Other research will focus on identifying genes and proteins that make insects resistant to pesticides, learning the gene sequences of insects important for agriculture and identifying critical proteins involved in aggressive stinging behavior in bees. New tools in genomics and proteomics will help Purdue researchers improve the quality and production of hardwood trees that are important for the furniture industry.

"The outcomes of this research will be superior trees that grow faster, are resistant to naturally occurring diseases and outbreaks of insects, and trees that yield higher quality wood products," Jischke said.

E-enterprises Center

The e-enterprises center will pull together a myriad of related new-technology activities on the campus, with a special focus on three core areas where Purdue has, or can develop, national leadership:

* Network security and reliability.

* Management of distributed e-enterprises, including database systems.

* Logistics and distribution of products and marketing of e-enterprises.

Purdue's new e-enterprises center will bring together faculty and students with strengths in database systems design and integration engineering, software engineering, communication, management, operations systems, production systems, decision theory applications, system performance, risk evaluation, marketing, customer service and model simulation.

"The word e-enterprise suggests new forms of commerce that could not have existed before recent advances in information technology," Jischke said. "But it should also reflect the transformation that more established industries are being forced to undertake in response to the same factors."

Through this center, an entire business c
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Contact: Jeanne Norberg
jnorberg@purdue.edu
765-494-2084
Purdue University
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