Faculty and staff in Purdue University’s College of Engineering have come up with a holiday gift guide that can help engage children in engineering concepts.
The Indiana Sheep Association is sponsoring a workshop to teach sheep producers how to efficiently shear their animals Dec. 6.
With crop prices at multiyear lows and interest rates expected to inch up over the next few years, a Purdue University agricultural economist believes the decade-long increase in farmland values might soon be over.
Purdue Extension and the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture have partnered with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency (FSA) of Indiana to host a series of free informational meetings on the 2014 farm bill.
Grain producers should consider cutting costs to prepare for what could be several years of lower crop prices, Purdue University agricultural economists say.
Two Purdue University College of Technology professors have been instrumental in expanding the Phoenix Contact Nanoline Contest for middle and high school students to new regions of the country. The contest gives teams a chance to learn about the STEM field, acquire technology at no cost, and create a product by using the technology to build a functional, automated system.
The Purdue Kenya Partnership, which pairs faculty and students in the College of Pharmacy with counterparts in Kenya, was honored Tuesday (Nov. 4) as a recipient of an Engagement Scholarship/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Engagement Award.