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Climate Change Science for Indiana

More than 100 experts from across the state are working together to develop a series of reports that shows how climate change will impact Indiana. The Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment, based at Purdue University, provides the latest scientific research to help Hoosiers understand risks and prepare for a productive future.


2017 Year in Review

Look back at some of the 2017 highlights in the College of Agriculture. From a third World Food Prize winner, to the new Hobart and Russell Creighton Hall of Animal Sciences and Land O’Lakes, Inc. Center for Experiential Learning building, to student functions and Extension activities, 2017 was a momentous year.

Envision Magazine

Envision magazine features stories that showcase the Purdue College of Agriculture’s distinctive strengths and global impact through the work of our faculty, students, staff, and alumni.


An infographic depicting a woman in a lab coat standing next to corn and flowers. What are GMOs?

The Science of GMOs

What are GMOs? Why do we use them? How do they affect insects, weeds and health? As a society, we want to know what we’re eating and how our food impacts the environment. This knowledge equips us to make the best decisions for ourselves and generations to come.

Purdue scientists have banded together to answer questions about GMOs, a major issue concerning citizens, yet one about which many of us know relatively little.

Learn More About GMOs

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