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Life sciences startup wins Purdue 2017 InnovateHER Challenge

Advanced Vascular Therapies, a life sciences startup serving diabetic, wound-care patients and others with circulatory issues, received top honors at the second annual Purdue Innovate HER Challenge.

Purdue professor: Manchester bombing underlines security needs

Appropriate security at large events is the responsibility of everyone involved, according to a Purdue Polytechnic Institute professor.

Tyner: Gas prices expected to remain low this summer

With Memorial Day and the start of the summer driving season, Purdue University energy economist Wally Tyner believes reduced demand and higher inventories will help keep the brakes on oil prices.

Purdue, other Indiana public universities combine purchasing power for best deal on Microsoft products

There’s strength in numbers when it comes to higher education software agreements.

‘Showbiz Politics’ prof on JFK’s 100th birthday, late-night entertainment

The author of 'Showbiz Politics' is available to talk about what would have been President John F. Kennedy’s 100th birthday on May 29.

Akanocure-2015Two Purdue agricultural startups receive $100,000 from Ag-celerator fund

Two Purdue University agriculture-based startups each have received $50,000 investments from the Purdue Ag-celerator, a plant sciences innovation fund operated by Purdue Ventures, the capital access arm of the Purdue Foundry, with assistance from the Purdue College of Agriculture, Purdue Research Foundation’s Office of Technology Commercialization and the agricultural industry.

Being vigilant about ticks and Lyme disease

Summer is quickly approaching, and dogs are itching to be outside where they can run and play. However, there are important things to keep in mind about the threat of ticks and Lyme disease this year, according to an expert in Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.

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