Supercomputer puts Colombia on fast track to designing new HIV drugs, science and engineering discovery
Colombian researchers are helping design new drugs for treating HIV using a supercomputer built in a partnership between the Universidad EAFIT in Medellin and Purdue University.
HVAC filter, animal waste odor elimination and high protein food creations win in 2017 soybean innovation contest
When thinking of soy products, tofu, soymilk and soy candles may come to mind. However, Purdue University students have not limited themselves to the bounds of traditional soy products in an annual soybean innovation contest, sponsored by the Indiana Soybean Alliance.
Professor Cheryl Cooky believes the U.S. women’s hockey team agreement for equal treatment and pay is a big moment in sports. But she also calls it too long in coming.
Purdue Healthcare Advisors, a division of the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering at Purdue University, will continue to guide eligible Indiana health-care providers toward Meaningful Use with an additional $3.6M federal matching grant awarded to the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration and Purdue University.
A new valuable online data platform - Rural Indiana Stats - is now available to individuals, agencies and organizations in Indiana that want access to a unique mix of data on Indiana’s 92 counties.
Purdue alum and astronaut Drew Feustel is using social media to let faculty, students and the public share in his experiences working with NASA.
Future generations will struggle with finances without intervention, Purdue University economic education expert says
Unless there’s some type of intervention, it’s likely future generations will continue to face the same financial struggles that many Americans experience today, according to an economic education expert at Purdue University.