February 7, 2012
Purdue research grows Indiana's economy, holds down college costs
Purdue is expanding its research as part of a strategy to help Indiana's economy and reduce the institution's dependence on state funding and tuition increases. Purdue has doubled its annual research expenditures to $600 million since 2006-07. Now, it has launched the Innovation and Commercialization Center.
Center for Technology Development launched
A new center will work with industry partners to develop and improve technologies, leading to increased competitiveness. Read more ...
ADM Agricultural Innovation Center opens
Purdue announces energy master plan, seeks public comment
Financial Times ranks MBA program 12th
Center awarded $3.5 million U.S. transportation grant for research
Climatologist office predicts Indiana weather
Julie Griffith, vice president for public affairs
A model for moving research to market
The Alfred Mann Institute for Biomedical Development at Purdue is helping bridge the gap between biomedical and life science research at Purdue and supports the rapid comercialization of innovations. It's a model for the university's new Innovation and Commercialization Center. Read more ...
Students making progress
Purdue has closed the retention gap between underrepresented minority students and the general student population to less than 2.5 percent. Read more...