Plant Sciences 2.0
By investing in plant sciences, we will equip researchers, students, entrepreneurs and the ag biotech industry to work together to feed the world’s population and strengthen our ecosystems.
Humanity faces growing challenges related to food security, nutrition and the environment — each amplified by climate change.
Purdue will develop strategies to support economic and ecological sustainability — including tools to increase the nutritional value and resilience of plants faced with a changing environment.
We will focus on digital forestry, phenotyping facilities and data scientists, as well as the Center for Food Demand Analysis and Sustainability.
Our world-changing research will benefit consumers, producers and industry as we form partnerships across the university and the ag bioscience industry.
THE STORIES OF PURDUE MOVES
Purdue hypersonics combines industry, academia in new materials and manufacturing center
Lilly research facility sparks enthusiasm for science in students
Early academic outreach counselors hope to attract more Black and minority Boilermakers
Building a Pipeline: PPHS Origins Story
Meeting students’ needs, wherever they are
The whitest paint is here — and it’s the coolest. Literally.
Nearly $11M in additional DOD funds expands Purdue-led microelectronics workforce program
A Collaborative Living-Learning Community
Purdue Theatre Engineering
Explore Purdue’s Next Moves
Each of Purdue’s Next Moves is a natural evolution of the priorities we established for the university in 2013. With the progress we’ve made and the momentum we’ve built, they represent the next phase in this initiative.