The discovery of deployed technology that would enable foreign governments, criminal syndicates, or other entities to track smartphones in Washington, D.C., should be no surprise, says Purdue computer science professor Eugene Spafford.
State officials should consider several factors that might hinder Indiana from becoming a major national and global economic entity, according to a new report from Purdue University’s Center for Regional Development.
Purdue University’s Large Commercial Producer Project research results are now available.
Purdue Veterinary Medicine partnership enables veterinary practices to demonstrate commitment to inclusive work environment
Purdue University’s Center of Excellence for Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine is partnering with the online educational resource VetVine® to help practices to show that they are committed to an inclusive environment, both for professionals and clients.
Three updated resources from Purdue Extension will help Indiana fruit and vegetable growers stay on top of the latest crop management strategies and research.
With winter in full swing and arctic temperatures and snow blanketing much of the country, Purdue professor Shirley Rietdyk says a few simple steps can help cut down the number of falls on icy pavement, or at least lower the risk of injury when falls occur.
It’s easy to let your dog outside in the backyard for a few minutes to get some exercise or use the bathroom. But, during the winter months, cold spells or deep freezes could be hazardous.