Multicultural Programs showcases the benefits of agricultural study to students who might not even be aware they exist.
Purdue’s top-ranked agricultural and biological engineering department emphasizes the importance of construction skills. And employers take notice.
Field research at the eight Purdue Agricultural Centers around the state helps faculty and Extension specialists find solutions to local production problems.
Communities come together to create quilt-themed flower gardens, which attract visitors from around the globe and benefit local businesses.
Cary Mitchell has spent a lifetime thinking about how to make plants grow more efficiently. He's now researching ways to grow tomatoes using LED lighting.
A new technology that uses cold plasma to ionize air molecules in packaged fruits and vegetables may eliminate foodborne pathogens on the produce.
The Indiana Extension Homemakers Association celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013. Members reminisce about the history and accomplishments.