Purdue Today

May 25, 2017

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Faculty and Staff News

Spring Fling set for today

Spring Fling, the annual appreciation event for faculty, staff, graduate student staff and retirees, is set for 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. today (May 25) in and around the Córdova Recreational Sports Center.

* Mail delivery, pickup changes for Spring Fling

In the Spotlight

Charles Ellis, engineer

Inventors and Innovators: Charles Alton Ellis

Purdue graduates continue to develop innovations and breakthroughs that help move the world forward. Purdue Today will close the series for the spring semester by highlighting former Purdue Professor Charles Alton Ellis, who was among the engineers who collaborated on the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Additional News


Corn seed treatment insecticides pose risks to honey bees; yield benefits elusive

Research reveals different aspects of DNA demethylation involved in tomato ripening process

Researchers in various studies looking for participants


outdoor swimming pool

From the Archives revealed: Recreational Sports Center pool

Two Purdue agricultural startups receive $100,000 from Ag-celerator fund

Purdue, other Indiana public universities combine purchasing power for best deal on Microsoft products

Mosquitoes and ticks – little pests carry big risks

Free hearing screenings to be available June 5 at Purdue clinic


Kim named first-team All-America by Women's Golf Coaches Association

Women's golf captures 11th at NCAA tourney

Men's golf set for NCAA Championships

Three from Purdue baseball receive All-Big Ten honors

Purdue in the News

Here is a sampling of recent news reports about Purdue from media across the nation and the world.

• Big Ten Network: A Purdue professor explores the sticky side of sea creatures: BTN LiveBIG

• Stockhouse, Morningstar: The blame game: The definitive guide to who's at fault for the ransomware cyberattack

• WBAA: Purdue study: Bee wary – Corn insecticide could be a buzz kill

• NJ Today.net: Tiny, ultra-sensitive, automated test could detect viruses, disease

• Particle (Australia): Mars spaghetti maker feeds earthlings first


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Science on Tap to probe into the 'dark matter' of the human genome

Discovery Park lecture to feature Michael Freedman, Microsoft's quantum computing leader

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