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Purdue ag economists conduct survey on expected holiday spending

Most people who responded to a Purdue University survey expected to spend about the same or more on holiday meals, gifts and travel this year compared with last year.

Gene CernanPurdue Libraries celebrates gift of Armstrong papers

Purdue University on Friday (Nov. 21) recognized Carol Armstrong for the gift of papers valued at more than $3.4 million from her late husband, Neil A. Armstrong, a 1955 Purdue graduate and the first person to step on the moon.

AnvilPurdue, West Lafayette dedicate entrepreneurship hub near campus

The Anvil, a community co-working space and business incubator, opened for business this week in its new space at 320 North St. in West Lafayette.

Purdue ag economist: Livestock industry will have strong rebound

Livestock producers can look forward to an economic 'mini-boom' that may last for the next several years, providing opportunities for expansion of herds and flocks, Purdue University agricultural economist Chris Hurt says.

New technology could 'light up' cancer cells during surgery and improve cancer surgery outcomes: First human clinical trials underway

On Target Laboratories LLC and Purdue University are clinically investigating optical imaging technology that could 'light up' cancer cells and help surgeons remove more cancerous tissue than previously possible during surgical procedures.

Purdue Research Foundation recognizes 2013-2014 fiscal year patent recipients

Purdue Research Foundation honored almost 80 Purdue University faculty and staff members at its tenth annual Inventors Recognition Reception Tuesday (Nov. 18) in the Herman and Heddy Kurz Purdue Technology Center at Purdue Research Park.

International BGRReport ranks Purdue as leader in global student body, campus experience

Purdue continues to attract one of the largest international student populations as the university has the second-largest number among U.S. public universities and fifth largest when private universities are included, according to a report released Monday (Nov. 17) by the Institute of International Education.

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