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Fresh off the Rio Olympics, where he captured silver and bronze medals, Purdue alumnus David Boudia will be the featured speaker at the university's 16th annual Krannert Leadership Speakers Series on Sept. 29 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis.
Purdue University entomologist Ian Kaplan and his team have received a $3.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute for Food and Agriculture to fund their research into the environmental, ecological and socioeconomic effects of neonicotinoid pesticide use.
A common cell signaling pathway that controls differentiation of stem cells may also control the formation of tumor cells in fat, according to a Purdue University study.
Software tools that predict the acreage and yield of the U.S. corn crop at county, regional and multistate scales and optimize in-season fertilizer nitrogen rates at the subfield scale have been developed by two Purdue University agriculture experts.
Dedication ceremonies were held on Monday (Aug. 29) for the Indiana Corn and Soybean Innovation Center, a 25,500-square-foot facility at the Purdue Agronomy Center for Research and Education. The center will support state-of-the-art research in automated field phenotyping, the process of measuring and analyzing observable plant characteristics.
Purdue University trustees on Friday (Aug. 26) requested the Purdue Research Foundation's (PRF) assistance to develop the Purdue Innovation District and approved land exchanges with the foundation to facilitate development of the Innovation District and Aerospace Technology Park.
Purdue University Trustees on Friday (Aug. 26) ratified the appointment of Michael Bobinski as athletics director and agreed to a contract extension for men’s basketball head coach Matt Painter.