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Easley Winery in Indianapolis won Wine of the Year in the Indy International Wine Competition for its 2014 Traminette, beating out nearly 2,100 other wines for the top honor.
July rainfall combined with June's historic rains to turn the two months into the second-wettest June and July on record in Indiana, according to the Indiana State Climate Office.
Using heat to style curly hair poses a nagging problem: applying too much causes permanent damage resulting in limp fibers devoid of natural curve.
Animal vaccine manufacturers could benefit from the work of two Purdue University researchers who are testing biomaterial made from sweet corn to make vaccines safer.
Purdue selects national laboratory and industry veteran as next Discovery Park chief scientist, executive director
Tomás Díaz de la Rubia, an energy and resources industry executive at Deloitte Consulting LLP who also spent a decade as a top scientist and administrator at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, has been selected as chief scientist and executive director of Discovery Park, Purdue University's complex for major interdisciplinary research activities.
Researchers have created a new 'plasmonic oxide material' that could make possible devices for optical communications that are at least 10 times faster than conventional technologies.
Shawn Taylor, a Purdue alumnus, president and operating partner of Zaxby's Houston LLC, and a limited partner in the Houston Astros Major League Baseball team, will keynote the university's summer commencement on Aug. 8.