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Purdue sets records for research funding and giving

Purdue University on Tuesday (July 10) announced record totals in both giving to Purdue and in sponsored research funding for the 2018 fiscal year, which ended June 30.

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Infosys, Purdue Ink Workforce Development Deal

In May, Indian tech giant Infosys selected Indianapolis for its first U.S. tech and innovation hub. Now it’s partnering with Purdue University to train thousands of workers.

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Lilly, Purdue Partner on Life Sciences Research

Eli Lilly and Co. and Purdue University are forming a strategic life sciences research collaboration. Lilly will provide up to $52 million to fund research over five years, marking Purdue's largest strategic collaboration with a single company. Read more about the collaboration.

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Expanding Indiana's Agbiosciences Talent Pipeline

Moderator: Simon Tripp – Principal and Senior Director, TEConomy Partners; Mark Poeschl – CEO, National FFA; Sherilyn Emberton – President, Huntington University; Suresh Garimella – Executive Vice President for Research & Partnerships, Purdue University; Gary Morris – President and COO, Clabber Girl Corporation

Purdue Gains Global Patent Recognition

Purdue University is getting global recognition. The West Lafayette school is among the top 15 schools in the world for U.S. utility patents granted last year.

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Purdue's $250M Life Sciences Investment

Purdue is pumping $250 million into life sciences research. Executive Vice President For Research and Partnerships Suresh Garimella weighs-in on the impact the investment will have on both the university and the state.

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