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Speakall SonziaSPEAK MODalities partners with accessible technology company to provide autism app through innovative 'Touch Easel'

SPEAKall!®, a tablet application developed at Purdue University that facilitates communication and language development for children and families affected by autism spectrum disorders, will now be offered pre-installed on a large touch screen learning platform that could help increase socialization and communication in children diagnosed with autism or other challenges in communicating effectively.

Hasler tecnamPurdue Aviation, TECNAM combine resources to bring sales, flight training to Purdue Research Park Aerospace District

Purdue Aviation LLC, Purdue Research Foundation and Costruzioni Aeronautiche TECNAM announce a partnership that will support a U.S.-based sales, maintenance and training center in the Purdue Research Park Aerospace District in West Lafayette, Indiana.

Alumni honored in Purdue Polytechnic Institute ceremonies

Purdue Polytechnic Institute honored eight alumni during award ceremonies on April 22.

VetMed bisonCollege of Veterinary Medicine sponsors Bison-tennial Bison sculpture

As part of Indiana's bicentennial celebration, Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine is sponsoring a Bison-tennial bison sculpture. It is one of five in Tippecanoe County and will be displayed Friday (May 6) through Dec. 11 on campus.

Purdue researchers available to share expertise on listeria, food safety

Purdue University has several experts who can talk to reporters about foodborne pathogens including listeria and on the general topic of food safety.

Hall tripletsAuthor, mother shares women's stories about high-risk pregnancy, premature birth

Jennifer G. Hall was a Purdue University health communication graduate student when she was pregnant with triplets, and her experience with a high-risk pregnancy and premature birth inspired her to chronicle other women's experiences.

Bahler popBicentennial Legacy Project to highlight Purdue icons

West Lafayette Arts Team Bicentennial Legacy Project 'Pop! Goes Purdue' will feature portraits of 16 former Purdue students who have had an effect on popular culture on May 10 through June 11 at the Purdue's Fountain Gallery.

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