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Decorated NASA astronaut David Wolf and Indianapolis businessman/philanthropist Fred Klipsch, both Purdue University alumni, will serve as members of the new Users Advisory Group for the National Space Council.
Purdue researchers show concrete infused with wood nanocrystals is stronger, plan to use it in California bridge
Purdue University researchers studying whether concrete is made stronger by infusing it with microscopic-sized nanocrystals from wood are moving from the laboratory to the real world with a bridge that will be built in California this spring.
The internationally recognized Purdue Improved Crop Storage (PICS) bag, a specially designed bag to prevent insect-caused post-harvest losses for farmers in developing countries, is now commercially available for farmers worldwide.
Suresh Garimella, executive vice president for research and partnerships and the Goodson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, has been appointed to the board of directors for BioCrossroads Inc.
Chinese space laboratory Tiangong-1 is predicted to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere in late April, but where or when it will reach the surface is hard to say.
The spotlight is on man’s best friend as the start of the Lunar New Year marks the Year of the Dog.
Purdue Research Foundation President Brian Edelman announced Monday (Feb. 19) the appointment of Richard J. Michal as vice president and chief facilities officer of the foundation.
Purdue University celebrated the Chinese New Year on Feb. 15 in the Purdue Memorial Union’s South Ballroom with refreshments, performances and activities such as calligraphy and lantern-making
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a two-way street offering as many avenues for criminals as tools for law enforcement.
Purdue University chemical engineering professor Rajamani Gounder has been named a 2018 Sloan Research Fellow in chemistry as one of the next generation of scientific leaders.
Access to rare pigs could provide researchers a more effective way to develop treatments for diabetes
Current and prospective students planning to attend Purdue University West Lafayette in the fall of 2018 should file the 2018-19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before Purdue’s priority filing date of March 1.
Purdue University Galleries will present work by photographer Aïda Muluneh in exhibition “Memory of Hope” at the Fountain Gallery from Feb. 27 through March 31.
Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab provides students with a guide to help them successfully complete writing assignments not only in writing classes, but also in STEM coursework and multimedia presentations.