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Are you shopping for a child who dreams of being an astronaut or visiting outer space?
How serious is the need for more engineers around the world in the coming years?
Hayley Jonkman, owner and rider of Love Bug, a show pony, thought her beloved equine’s show days were running out. Love Bug was demonstrating difficulty in breathing, chronic coughing and a marked decrease in performance in 2017.
Personal data collection, machine learning and artificial intelligence are encroaching in our lives at a pace that many of us find unsettling, if not downright scary. Not to mention that many of us can't tell the difference in what these terms mean.
A Purdue University professor’s underwater explorations are leading to discoveries that may soon make popular holiday beauty gifts much safer.
The Purdue Research Foundation has raised $10.2 million to fund its Back a Boiler income share agreement program that provides an alternative for Purdue University students to Federal Parent PLUS and private student loans.
Want to inspire a child who will design the next Alexa? Or develop a new model of self-driving cars? This year you can inspire a child by simply buying select holiday gifts.
Hold on tight! Purdue class lets students design, experience the twists and turns of a roller coaster
Bethany Mruzik admits that engineering principles were the last thing on her mind every time she climbed aboard a roller coaster at Six Flags St. Louis.
Attention on a recent study published in Pediatrics, suggests that parents are reporting a higher incidence of autism spectrum disorder in children than previously reported. Purdue was not involved in the study, but members of the Purdue Autism Cluster are able to discuss specific topics that relate to autism such as behavior assessment and intervention, early autism development, sibling issues and sleep.
Today’s trend of electronics-in-everything requires engineers who can build and code. To meet this growing demand, Purdue University’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is launching a new Professional Master’s Program with a concentration in innovative technologies. The one-year program provides engineers with the technical depth, breadth at the edges of their technical focus, and the critical professional, business, and soft skills needed to excel in professional settings today.