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New Purdue email scanning system offers improved protection, reduces bulk email, increases user control
Purdue’s new email scanning system is capturing a voluminous amount of bulk email aimed at the inboxes of the University community. ITaP is tuning the new system so email that users want becomes less likely to be caught by the system’s filters and quarantined.

Purdue’s investment in active learning goes beyond a new building
The opening of the Wilmeth Active Learning Center this fall will be a major landmark in Purdue's investment in active learning, but that investment didn't start with Wilmeth and it won't end with the impressive new building.

Students experience geospatial data analysis, virtual reality through ITaP summer outreach
Students from kindergarten through high school have spent the summer learning about geospatial data analysis and virtual reality technology, through ITaP Research Computing’s involvement with Purdue summer camps and area schools.

New resource available for GPU-accelerated research computing
A new computing resource is available for Purdue researchers running applications that can take advantage of graphics processing unit (GPU) accelerators. The new cluster, known as Halstead-GPU, contains NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs that are well-suited to accelerating computation involving molecular dynamics, deep learning, quantum chemistry and many other domains.

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