The air may be breathable and the location is on planet Earth, but for two weeks a multidisciplinary team of Purdue students and alumni will eat, sleep, work and live like they’re on Mars.
Some politicians say they are refugees who fled hardships and struggles abroad; others argue they are undocumented immigrants who illegally sought passage into the United States.
Purdue discovery nominated for 2018 molecule of the year, one of only eight for significant international recognition
'Radical' technology being developed at Purdue University that enables a glass-like polymer to conduct electricity for transparent and flexible electronics has been nominated for 2018 Molecule of the Year by Chemical and Engineering News.
It might be 'the most wonderful time of the year' for some people. But for others, they just want to hibernate and wait for spring to come.
Natalie Carroll, professor of agricultural sciences education and communication (ASEC) and agricultural and biological engineering (ABE), received the Frederick L. Hovde Award of Excellence in Educational Service to the Rural People of Indiana. Indiana Farm Bureau established the Hovde Award to recognize outstanding educational contributions by a Purdue faculty or staff member to the well-being and progress of rural Indiana.
Purdue Research Foundation President Brian Edelman announced Tuesday (Dec. 11) that Scott Henderson, an international commercialization expert, will serve as the foundation’s new chief entrepreneurial officer.
After a dazzling opening to Purdue’s 150th celebration and charge to address the world’s greatest challenges, the sesquicentennial momentum continues in 2019 with a lineup of world-renowned experts, innovators and change makers.