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It’s become routine during commencement weekends for students, families and friends to line up on Stadium Avenue to snap photos with the Neil Armstrong statue. Same on football game days, Spring Fest or any visit to campus. You’ve probably seen TV broadcasts of Purdue athletic events break for commercial with a well-lit shot of the statue framed by moonlight.
Purdue University produced more than a half billion dollars in research funding for fiscal year 2019, easily making it another record year.
Darcy Bullock, the Lyles Family Professor of Civil Engineering and director of the Joint Transportation Research Program at Purdue, will testify at 2 p.m. today (July 11) before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology's Subcommittee on Research and Technology.
Purdue announces record-breaking invention disclosures, startups, other strong commercialization activities for FY19
With 360 invention disclosures, Purdue University researchers experienced a record-breaking year in the number of innovations filed through the Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization and reports another strong year for startup and commercialization activities as it continues to establish itself as an international leader for technology transfer and patents, officials announced Wednesday (July 10).
Ever True: The Campaign for Purdue University is officially the largest fundraising initiative in the university’s history.
A gene called MYC has become one of the hottest targets for cancer researchers around the world. MYC is known to drive tumor growth in nearly all cancer types – but successfully targeting the gene has proven to be a challenge. One that has been baffling researchers for more than three decades.
The label on organic, fair-trade coffee and clothing doesn’t always tell the full story.