A new visual search engine could help people find industrial products like electrical supplies, tools, hardware accessories, fans and HVAC systems, and lighting and plumbing fixtures faster and more accurately than conventional search engines.
Purdue University computer science major Emma Wynne has spent a lot of time writing programs for her classes, but not so much on the hardware where those programs run. That made an international competition, where she will help build and operate a student-run supercomputer, an attractive opportunity.
Employees in organizations pay attention not only to how they are treated, but how organizations treat external parties. According to a newly published study of medical workers, those who work for companies perceived as friendly to those third parties perform their jobs better.
WBAA, the National Public Radio member station on the Purdue University campus, recently received two awards for its news programming from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI).
Indiana just lost a great citizen and one of our greatest Boilermakers. - Purdue President Mitch Daniels
Indiana set a record for rainfall in the month of June, with a state average of 9.03 inches, the Indiana State Climate Office said Wednesday (July 1). June also was the fourth-wettest of any month on record since 1895.
Asteroid impact expert says detection more important than deflection; inaugural ‘Asteroid Day’ Tuesday (June 30)
A Purdue University asteroid impact expert says the best investment in asteroid defense is not in weapons to deflect them, but in telescopes and surveys to find them.