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BioCrossroads Announces New Venture Competition Finalists Event has spurred $21 million in start-up funding

The fifth annual BioCrossroads New Venture Competition, an early stage business competition, has uncovered several promising life sciences and health information technology companies.


The hidden cost of water and energy conservation tech: public health

Technology that conserves water and energy may cut down on our utility bills, but it comes at a cost — our health.


Purdue launches parent and family campaign

Purdue President Mitch Daniels on Saturday (Sept. 24) during Purdue’s Family Weekend announced a parent and family campaign as part of Ever True: The Campaign for Purdue University.


Dedications to be held for new Beck's spaces in Purdue College of Agriculture

Two newly renovated spaces will provide state-of-the-art learning environments for Purdue University students in Agricultural Economics and Agronomy this fall.


Hicks statueStatue honors legacy of leadership for basketball coach, alumni donor

Purdue University alumnus Jim Hicks had one simple reason why he sponsored a statue of UCLA basketball coach John Wooden to stand on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus, instead of in Los Angeles.


Presidential debate experts

These Purdue University experts are willing to discuss topics related to the 2016 presidential election and debates.


Purdue faculty receive $2.5 million NSF grant for STEM project

A National Science Foundation grant will fund Purdue University research into computational thinking by children.


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