Bacteriophages—tiny viruses that attack bacteria—are the latest weapons used to destroy Salmonella and E. coli.
Four Purdue landscape architecture majors bring home honors at industry's top student competitions.
The Feldun-Purdue Agricultural Center has made many changes over its 100-year history, but its commitment to helping producers has stayed the same.
Cities create their own microclimates that direct weather patterns within their boundaries. Carmel, Indiana, is among the U.S. cities tackling climate change on their home turf.
Students develop leadership skills while learning how to work toward agreement in matters of controversy.
The public's views on controversial issues such as genetically engineered foods are often influenced by their emotions. Helping people understand the potential uses of GMOs may also help them make more informed decisions.