Agricultural researchers can quickly measure plant growth, health with inexpensive drones, laptops and a software app
Agricultural researchers have long used small-plot trials to test a myriad of practices, such as selecting the best seeds, fertilizer and crop-control products, and depending on their eyes and opinions to determine what works best.
The first Battery Innovation Center Commercialization Forum was hosted by Purdue@Westgate on May 7 at WestGate Academy.
Purdue University will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday (May 29, 2019) on proposed tuition and fees to be paid by students attending the university’s West Lafayette, Fort Wayne, Hammond and Westville campuses during the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years.
Since 2005, Ed Morrison, and his Purdue University colleagues Scott Hutcheson and Liz Nilsen, have been working on turning insight on complex collaborations into a replicable, scalable, open discipline that they call Strategic Doing.
Cameroon, a West African country in the Congo region, has long relied on foreign aid to feed its citizens due to the extreme desert climate in some areas and a continued influx in refugees and orphaned children from neighboring nations.
The Vintage Indiana Festival on June 1 will uncork its 20th annual celebration of the state's wines, wineries and vineyards.
Michael G. Rossmann, a renowned scientist who gained worldwide attention in 1985 for discovering the structure of the common cold virus using X-ray crystallography, and later the structures for insect-carrying disease, died Tuesday (May 14) in West Lafayette, Indiana. He was 88.
Purdue University alumnus John Krenicki Jr. and his wife, Donna, have given a $5 million gift to a business analytics center in the Krannert School of Management. As a result, the Business and Information Analytics Center will now be known as the John and Donna Krenicki Center for Business Analytics and Machine Learning, pending Board of Trustees approval.
Summer is quickly approaching – and that means the start of beach season. A cold beverage can really hit the spot on a hot, humid day, but most coolers take a while to chill drinks and can warm quickly when parked on a sandy beach.
Purdue University’s College of Agriculture is partnering with Gerrish Farms to host the fourth annual agBOT Challenge, a three-day event May 16-18.
Purdue University Motorsports and the evGrand Prix group will host autonomous kart racing, as well as manned kart racing for high school and college teams from across the U.S. at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The races will occur Tuesday (May 14) and Wednesday (May 15).
As the U.S. trade war with China again heats up, Wally Tyner, Purdue University’s James and Lois Ackerman Professor of agricultural economics, can talk about implications.
Fans of “Game of Thrones” are coping with the deaths of several prominent characters killed in the “Battle of King’s Landing” during the show’s second-to-last episode.
The Kentucky Derby has come and gone, but there are still two races left in the fight for the Triple Crown. The horse favorited to win the Derby, Omaha Beach, dropped out last-minute due to a breathing complication known as entrapped epiglottis. And Country House, the horse that won the Derby, won’t run in the Preakness. He’s developed a cough, according to his trainer.
There’s a global shortage of helium, and event planners aren’t happy about it. Party City, a party supply store with locations across the United States and Canada, is reportedly closing 45 stores due to the shortage – but the party industry isn’t the only one affected.
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels made these remarks during the May 2019 spring commencement ceremonies on the West Lafayette, Indiana, campus.
Purdue University on Friday (May 10) began its annual rite of spring: a series of six commencement ceremonies throughout the weekend. More than 4,600 undergraduates were expected to walk the West Lafayette campus’ Elliott Hall of Music stage by Sunday afternoon.
With six commencement programs planned over three days, Purdue University is providing parking information for those attending the ceremonies Friday through Sunday (May 10-12).
During the month of May, race car drivers can be found scrambling for open seats to drive in the Indianapolis 500.
Fans of 'Avengers: Endgame' and 'Game of Thrones' are coping the best they can with the deaths of their favorite characters on the big screen and television. An 'Avengers' fan, for example, was hospitalized after crying too hard during the film’s opening weekend. 'Game of Thrones' fans, on the other hand, have shown a morbid curiosity about the TV show’s deceased characters, maintaining a running list of who has been killed and speculating about who’s next.