GIS, CAE, mathematical modeling and simulation development.
991-acre farm facility appropriate for plant breeding and genetics, crop production and soil tillage management, plant physiology, soil fertility, weed control, disease and insect resistance and control, and crop variety performance evaluation. It also includes the Crop Protect Lab for fertilizer and ag chemical storage and handling research.
Facilities for research and education in various animal production systems, including aquaculture, beef, dairy, poultry, and swine. A feed mill which formulates food for Purdue research livestock is also located on the facility.
Mass spectrometry services and a matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization instrument for peptide and protein analysis.
Services to Cancer Center members and non-members in nuclear magnetic resonance, mass spectrometry, analytical cytology, DNA analysis, and drug development.
Monitored for studies on: treatment of agricultural runoff from land on and adjacent to the Animal Sciences Research & Education Center; and golf course and urban runoff on the Kampen Golf Course.
Opened in spring 2018, this plant phenotyping facility allows research under highly uniform growth conditions for precise control and replication of experimental variables that cannot be easily controlled in the field.
Crop Diagnostic Training and Research Center
Outdoor training laboratories for small-plot demonstrations of crop problems through which agriculturists improve their troubleshooting skills, and evaluate new and alternative management strategies.
High throughput sequencing, low throughput sequencing, Affymetrix arrays and informatics to support genomics research.
Computer-controlled greenhouse zones, growth chambers, walk-in refrigeration units, controlled-environment rooms, potting area and laboratories for research and teaching.
25,000-sq-ft phenotyping facility at the Agronomy Center for Research and Education (ACRE) is open to Purdue faculty, staff, and students and features state-of-the-art technologies for plant processing, seed analysis, threshing and shelling, advanced sensing, and data management.
Electron microscopy instrumentation and support services, with capabilities for light microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and computer-based image analysis.
Gives Purdue researchers access to the highest-quality imaging technology at reasonable cost. A joint effort of the Colleges of Agriculture, Health and Human Sciences, Engineering, and Science and the School of Veterinary Medicine.
The Lilly Greenhouses and Plant Growth Facility, located south of Lilly Hall of Life Science, serve as the primary greenhouse space available to the departments of Botany and Plant Pathology and Agronomy.
Fully functional grain handling center and pilot bin facility that benefits crop and food producers, handlers and processors, and their allied manufacturing and service industries in Indiana and the Midwest, with research on grain quality, stored product protection, and related areas.
A network of farms across Indiana used for research and Extension activities requiring field facilities.
FNR Farm is in the Central Till Plant natural region of Tippecanoe County. The farm, which is located 2.5 miles west of the Purdue campus, has a total of 175 acres, 40 of which are tillable.
The Purdue Arboretum is an outdoor laboratory that preserves valuable woody plant materials and increases the number of plants in established campus collections for student learning, development of educational programs, research, and more.
The Student Farm is a working small farm near the Kampen Golf Course and Daniel Turf Center off Cherry Lane. Farm work is managed by several student groups: those enrolled in the "Small Farms Experience" courses, volunteers of the Purdue Student Farm Organization, part-time undergraduates, and full-time summer interns.
A centralized resource for the production of transgenic and gene-targeted mice for Purdue investigators.
Individually tiled and instrumented field plots structured for studies on movement of agricultural chemicals under various management practices and cropping systems. Purdue and USDA researchers evaluate alternative management practices environmental, agronomic, and economic effectiveness.
This 64,000-sq-ft facility houses 33 labs and lab complexes and researchers from five departments: Agronomy, Biochemistry, Botany and Plant Pathology, Entomology, Horticulture and Architecture.
A database of Research Cores at Purdue University can be found at https://engineering.purdue.edu/VPR/CORES