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Purdue-based startup creates educational app that could transform the way people access information about plant species
An educational tech startup is commercializing a Purdue University innovation that could allow traveling students, professors, tourists and plant enthusiasts to easily access a database of tropical plant profiles, right in the palm of their hands.
Some of the nation’s leading researchers in clinical nutrition, exercise, appetite and obesity will be able to enhance their research programs, thanks to a new center at Purdue University.
Purdue University will have the largest enrollment on record for the 2016 summer session.
Nancy Ho, founder and president of Green Tech America Inc. and a research professor emerita in Purdue University's School of Chemical Engineering, received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Barack Obama during a White House ceremony Thursday (May 19).
M25 Group and Purdue Foundry officials announced Wednesday (May 18) an agreement that will identify Purdue technologies and startups for possible investment and mentoring opportunities.
Burial sites show how Nubians, Egyptians integrated communities thousands of years ago in Nile River Valley area
New bioarchaeological evidence shows that Nubians and Egyptians integrated into a community, and even married, in ancient Sudan, according to new research from a Purdue University anthropologist.
Longer summer days, endless free time and a new schedule can make it tough to follow a regular sleep schedule for children, but it is a must for all ages, says a Purdue University expert.