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New research in game theory shows that people are naturally predisposed to over-use 'common-pool resources' such as transportation systems and fisheries even if it risks failure of the system, to the detriment of society as a whole.
A new type of imaging technology uses the mid-infrared part of the spectrum and 'thermal lensing' to visualize living cells and organisms, an innovation that could bring insights into drug delivery and cancer treatment.
It’s a problem every event wants to have—due to the popularity of many of the upcoming presentations, and because C-SPAN is taping some of the presentations for later broadcast, the Dawn or Doom ’16 conference at Purdue University is revising its schedule to move several speakers into larger venues.
Wind turbines are known to kill large birds, such as golden eagles, that live nearby. Now there is evidence that birds from up to hundreds of miles away make up a significant portion of the raptors that are killed at these wind energy fields.
Federal funding will help a Purdue-affiliated company research technology that could lead to a new way to distinguish aggressive forms of prostate cancer from indolent forms of the disease.
Purdue, State of Indiana receive multimillion grant to help Hoosier students prepare for college success
A multimillion dollar federal grant awarded to Purdue University and the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (CHE) will help more Indiana students stay on track from middle school to postsecondary education. The statewide effort aims to strengthen academic preparation, college readiness and career guidance with a special focus on students in Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program.
Two newly renovated spaces will provide state-of-the-art learning environments for Purdue University students in Agricultural Economics and Agronomy this fall.