Indiana will launch a new 5G hub to drive the testing and development of 5G-enabled technologies and assist businesses and innovators by propelling research and development with faster speeds, lower data latency and increased reliability.
Children can experience excitement and anxiety when they have their first day at a new day care. But parents can also experience those feelings in trying to locate affordable, local and quality day care in many communities.
There are more than 40,000 private ponds and lakes in Indiana, many of which are used for fishing and other recreations. Across the United States, people own more than 180 million acres specifically for the purpose of hunting and fishing. Landowners wishing to effectively manage their property for fishing and hunting will find value in a new Purdue Extension publication series that will serve as a comprehensive guide on pond and wildlife management.
How is America’s food environment influencing obesity? Are there unforeseen consequences to eating out as a family? What are the causes and consequences of being obese? What can be done to change society’s food environment?
Purdue Online launched a unified web portal Wednesday (Aug. 21), giving prospective students the ability to search and find online programs across the entire Purdue system on one website. At launch, the portal at online.purdue.edu features over 210 online programs and an additional 150 degree specializations.
As nationwide voting for USA Today’s 10 Best Readers Choice Awards for best corn maze continues through Aug. 26, a maze near Lafayette continues as a top contender.
For the 20th consecutive year, volunteers from Purdue University and city of West Lafayette will visit the New Chauncey and Northwestern Heights neighborhoods on Tuesday (Aug. 27) evening to meet students living off campus and welcome them to West Lafayette and Purdue.