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New Purdue Technologies to Extract, Purify Critical Rare Earth Metals Could Be a ‘Game Changer’ to Advance, Protect Vital Electronics

The production of rare earth metals is a global $4 billion annual market that continues to grow as new electronics, computerized engines for aircraft, warships, electric automobiles, magnets and other critical products are developed that need rare earth metals to perform. The value of the products that require rare earth metals to function is valued… Keep Reading

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Researchers Find Denial-of-Service Attacks Mounted Through Acoustic Signals

A group of Princeton and Purdue researchers has shown that it’s possible to mount a denial-of-service (DoS) attack against hard disk drives via acoustic signals. Hard disk drives (HDDs) have become the most commonly-used type of non-volatile storage due to their increased reliability, fault tolerance, storage capacity, and so on. “These technological advances in HDDs,… Keep Reading

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