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Bryan Pijanowski

Purdue researcher plans Global Soundscapes Day to record sounds of the Earth

A Purdue University researcher is collaborating with partners across the globe for a special Earth Day experience on Tuesday (April 22) designed to capture up to 1 million natural sound recordings and upload them for preservation.

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College of Liberal Arts honors alumni, celebrates 50th anniversary

Purdue University's College of Liberal Arts honored five distinguished alumni April 11 during its 2014 annual awards banquet and celebration of the 50th anniversary of the School of Humanities, Social Science, and Education.

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Purdue Research Foundation creates a new program for Northwest Indiana tech-based startups

Purdue Research Foundation officials today (April 15) announced a program to provide its award-winning entrepreneurial programs and facilities at reduced costs for entrepreneurs commercializing patented technologies licensed from any Indiana or Illinois institution of higher education.

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Auto parts manufacturer installs EnterScape's utilities management system

A world leader in manufacturing lightweight auto parts is able to better analyze its near real-time electric, natural gas and water consumption after installing technology developed and commercialized by EnterScapeā„¢.

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Purdue student supercomputing team heads to China for international competition

Computer science major Matt Molo is considering a career in computer security, supercomputing or distributed computing over a large array of machines, the way the giant data centers of companies like Amazon and Google function.

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Fast Track to video archive Tippecanoe County oral history

Purdue University students are looking for older Tippecanoe County residents to participate on Saturday (April 19) in a video recording project to record memories of local history.

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Hurt: WASDE report eases fear of low crop prices

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's April 9 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates continued a series of recent reports that have offered corn and soybean producers a more optimistic grain-price outlook than what was expected for most of the winter, Purdue Extension agricultural economist Chris Hurt says.

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