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Purdue Agricultural and Biological Engineering Graduate Program ranked first in U.S.

Purdue University’s Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE) Graduate Program is ranked #1 in the 2025 U.S. News & World Report...

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Fields Of Discovery: A hunger to research carnivorous plants

This summer, Jonathan Lu researches drought tolerance in carnivorous plants with the Department of Botany and Plant Pathology.

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How robots touch on the future of agriculture

Walking into Purdue’s Mechanisms And Robotic Systems (MARS) Lab feels like falling into a child’s imagination of what a lab could be....

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Consumers see food prices as rising more than other goods and services, find ways to adapt

More than 80% of consumers perceive that food prices have increased a little or a lot over the last 12 months, according to the May 2024 Consumer...

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Registration is now open for upcoming Purdue Small Farm Education Field Day

Register for the Purdue Small Farm Education Field Day, an event featuring an array of demonstration stations featuring best management practices...

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Behind the Research: Chris Wirth

Many people are involved in the remarkable range of programs, services and facilities that undergird research in the College of Agriculture....

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Farmer sentiment recovers in May; interest in solar leasing rising

U.S. farmers’ outlook improved in May as the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer index rose to 108, marking a 9-point increase...

Ken Fuelling leans against a brown pole in an empty classroom. Empty chairs and a blank projector screen fill the background.

Promoting acceptance in agricultural education

Ken Fuelling (he/they) had already been accepted into graduate school to work with Sarah LaRose in the Department of Agricultural Sciences...

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Unlocking the benefits of composting: tips for a greener garden

For centuries, gardeners have provided nutrients to plants through composting, but Karen Mitchell, consumer horticulture extension specialist, says...

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FNR alumna’s wildlife documentary “Dolphin Dilemma” premieres at Cannes Film Festival

Forestry and Natural Resources (FNR) alumna Olivia Andrus-Drennan never expected that an unpaid internship would turn into an opportunity to...

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Purdue University, University of Kentucky helping to increase “green” maple syrup production

A multi-university study will focus on sustainable, scalable practices such as energy-efficient production and sustainable forest management

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New "Legendary Leaders" award celebrates study abroad leaders

Inaugurating a new College of Agriculture tradition, faculty and staff recently gathered to recognize a group of Legendary Leaders who have...

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Purdue-led fishing expedition nets new pupfish family member in New Mexico

Scientists have identified a new member on the genetic family tree of an endangered pupfish native to south-central New Mexico.

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Thousands of trees, hundreds of volunteers, five years and one giant leap for the Purdue Arboretum

The clayey Indiana soil, still saturated from the last spring shower, squishes under shovels. The sun beats down on the hottest day of the year...

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April showers bring May flowers to Jules Janick Horticulture Garden

The sweet smell of hundreds of blossoms draws pollinators and people alike to the Jules Janick Horticulture Garden. With flower colors ranging from...

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John Couture named University Faculty Scholar for multifaceted research in plant and insect ecology

John Couture has been chosen as a 2024 University Faculty Scholar for his exceptional research spanning plant and insect ecology, marking a...

Bob Auber presents from a screen titled "A Day in the Life." In the foreground, there are two graduate students watching.

‘Plants to people:’ Bob Auber’s path from the Center for Plant Biology to oncology

On Friday March 22, Bob Auber returned to Room 116 in Whistler Hall to stand behind a podium in front of a PowerPoint and keep an audience engaged...

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New Indiana Organic Network to engage farmers in statewide soil health census

A Purdue University interdisciplinary team is establishing a network of organic farmers to improve soil health. The effort will formalize the...

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Funding endowed chair in agricultural economics reflects couple’s global vision brought home: “Purdue is special in our lives”

Bob and Karen Thompson have operated as a team, both throughout their 55-year marriage and in their long-standing commitment to sending Purdue...

Melanie Hasler on Purdue University campus with Boilermaker special train in background

The COVID-19 Class: One senior's pursuit for a well-rounded education

The “COVID-19 Class” is a mini-series documenting the experiences of three members of the Class of 2024 from the College of...

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Hardin award celebrates Ricker-Gilbert's success within global agriculture and food systems

Throughout his career, Jacob Ricker-Gilbert, professor and interim associate head of Purdue University’s Department of Agricultural...

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What Purdue researchers learned from the 2024 eclipse

While most vehicles driving towards the path of totality in the 2024 solar eclipse were loaded with family, friends and enough snacks to get...

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Consumers report significant rise in diet satisfaction since January

The share of consumers who indicated they are either “rather happy” or “very happy” with their diets rose from 81% in...

Mohit Verma in an ABE lab.

Mohit Verma named University Faculty Scholar for research in biosensors and microbiome

Mohit Verma, associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering, has been honored as a 2024 University Faculty Scholar for his work in...

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Farmer Sentiment Declines to Lowest Level Since June 2022 Amid Weakened Financial Outlook

April witnessed a steep decline in U.S. farmer sentiment, as indicated by the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer, which fell 15...

Remi Carrella stands in cap and gown at Purdue University in front of the union

The COVID-19 Class: A senior’s journey to finding belonging and personal growth during the pandemic

The “COVID-19 Class” is a mini-series documenting the experiences of three members of the Class of 2024 from the College of...

Kranthi Varala, assistant professor, and Rachel Kuhn, a junior, both in Purdue’s department of horticulture & landscape architecture, collect individual seed pods of genetically modified Arabidopsis plants to help assay the genetic changes leading to higher seed oil content.

Purdue-USDA team develops fast-track process for genetic improvement of plant traits

Researchers interested in improving a given trait in plants can now identify the genes that regulate the trait’s expression without doing any...

Noah Berning standing outside of the ABE building.

Academic and extracurricular excellence earns ABE and ag econ senior France A. Córdova Award

Growing up in Monroeville, Indiana, a small-town near Fort Wayne, Noah Berning dreamed of attending Purdue University. His dream not only came...

Senior Kayla Grennes stands in cap and sash in Purdue Greenhouse

The COVID-19 Class: Born a Boilermaker senior persists to find her fit at Purdue

The “COVID-19 Class” is a mini-series documenting the experiences of three members of the Class of 2024 from the College of...

PhD student Nowrin Shaika and professor Halis Simsek, both in agricultural and biological engineering, demonstrate using electrocoagulation to harvest microalgae Chlorella vulgaris from wastewater cleaned with algae.

Studies assess feasibility of aquaculture wastewater treatment methods

Aquaculture production operations that help feed the world’s growing population also generate polluted wastewater that harms the environment....

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U.S. Department of Energy taps Purdue Extension to lead new Indiana collaborative for renewable energy

A developer approaches a local plan commission, seeking approval to locate a wind or solar farm in the community. But the community may not have an...

Purdue University PhD student Chance Clark (left), agronomy professor Jianxin Ma and their associates have discovered two long, noncoding RNA genes in soybeans that control multiple desirable traits for crops.

Gene seekers discover atypical genes that control multiple valuable soybean traits

A team led by Purdue University soybean geneticist Jianxin Ma has developed a new biotechnological tool for the domestication of desirable traits...

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Chris Ardohain: Purdue’s Esri student of the year

Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Ardohain is not your average Purdue graduate student. There’s the “Lieutenant Colonel” part, to...

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For the love of the land

2016 was the first time that Jalyn Gearries, a Natural Resources and Environmental Science (NRES) alumna and Indiana native, ventured west of the...

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Purdue Agriculture’s Sloan Scholars

The Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership (SIGP) is an organization of 11 universities funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to support the...

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Purdue agriculture professors named AAAS Fellows

Purdue College of Agriculture professors Songlin Fei and Tesfaye Mengiste have been named fellows by the American Association for the Advancement...

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Homemade nut-based dairy analogs raise questions about bacterial risks

Many consumers know the food safety risks of dairy products, eggs and raw meat. But they are less likely to understand the risks associated with...

Students working in the Skidmore Lab inside Nelson Hall of Food Science.

CH4 Global partners with Food Entrepreneurship and Manufacturing Institute to combat methane emissions in the cattle industry

The Food Entrepreneurship and Manufacturing Institute (FEMI), housed within Purdue University’s Department of Food Science, offers a guiding...

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Purdue MANRRS receives chapter of the year award at national conference, making history

For the first time since its founding in 1990, the Purdue University College of Agriculture’s Minorities in Agricultural, Natural Resources...

A bottle of Boiler Bee Honey sits on the edge of chrome table in Skidmore lab with two students cooking in labcoats and hairnets in the background.

The sweet (and spicy) taste of victory—National Honey Board funds a food science development competition at Purdue

In the past few years, specialty sauces like hot honey combined the classic warm, sweet feeling with a bright, spicy kick and have taken over...

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Survey tallies consumer attitudes toward lab-grown meat alternatives

Many consumers view conventional meats as both tastier and healthier than laboratory-grown alternatives, according to the March Consumer Food...

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Butcher Block adds eggs from chickens fed orange corn

The Boilermaker Butcher Block’s selections will now include farm fresh eggs laid by Purdue chickens who are fed orange corn.

Jingjing Liang stands tall in front of a wall of monitors showing pictures of different forests.

Scientists from dozens of countries coming to Purdue for forestry collaboration in Science-i Bridging Worlds Workshop

In the spirit of building a community to manage and protect the world’s forests, Liang and his colleagues in Science-i created the Global Big...

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Behind the Research: Julie Hickman

Many people are involved in the remarkable range of programs, services and facilities that undergird research in the College of Agriculture....

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Farmer Sentiment Improves As Interest Rate Expectations Shift

U.S. farmers’ perspective on the future improved in March helping to push the Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer up 3 points...

Team SoySilk members holding the first-place prize check at the 2024 competition ceremony.

Purdue celebrates three decades of soybean innovation

From winning products like soy-based candles and styrofoam to chewing gum, for 30 years the Student Soybean Innovation Competition has served as a...

Evie Sierra, Academic All Bug Ten Honoree, competes in women's swimming and diving competition.

Purdue Agriculture athletes are Academic All-Big Ten Honorees

Two Purdue Agriculture student athletes were named Academic All-Big Ten Honorees for the winter sports season. The Academic All-Big Ten team...

Bruce Hamaker stands in kitchen lab with arms on counter surrounding plates of potatoes, apples, spinach and grains

Promoting beneficial gut microbes with whole-food dietary fiber

Americans generally consume about half the recommended daily dietary fiber requirement. These include certain grains, fruits and vegetables,...

Student Kourtney Otte sits in a chair reading animatedly to a class of kindergarten students

Student brings farm fields to family rooms with new children’s book

It started with a paper airplane. It became a children’s book that has sold 200 copies and counting. Kourtney Otte, a sophomore in...

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This season’s Boilermaker Vegetable Pass available for purchase

The community can support the Purdue University Student Farm in the 2024 growing season while enjoying an array of delicious vegetables by...

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Purdue Ag Week to feature student-led activities celebrating agriculture

During the week of April 1-5, Purdue University’s College of Agriculture will host Ag Week on Memorial Mall. Ag Week is an annual series of...

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Machine-learning model demonstrates effect of public breeding on rice yields in climate change

Climate change, extreme weather events, unprecedented records in temperatures and higher, acidic oceans make it difficult to predict the long-term...

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Ejeta to receive Purdue University’s highest award from President Chiang

Last October, 2009 World Food Prize Winner Gebisa Ejeta received the highest scientific honor awarded in the United States. On April 1, he will...

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Decoding the plant world’s complex biochemical communication networks

A Purdue University-led research team has begun translating the complex molecular language of petunias. Their grammar and vocabulary are well...

Soybean ressearchrs

Researcher uses automated imaging technology for fast detection of destructive soybean pest

Lei Zhang, assistant professor of plant nematology, is on the lookout for the soil-borne roundworm called soybean cyst nematode (SCN). Zhang...

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Experience the magic of spring at this year’s Spring Fest

From the plant sale to the legendary Bug Bowl, featuring the Cockroach Colosseum and honey tasting, the 2024 Spring Fest will offer an array of...

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Most consumers continue to expect rising food prices

Most U.S. consumers surveyed in February 2024 predicted that they would see an increase in food prices over the next 12 months. Sixty-four percent...

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Paws on planes: travel tips for a calm and happy companion

Spring Break is here, and students and families are gearing up to escape the cold. For those with pets, the choice to leave furry friends behind...

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Graduate student links Purdue-based educational system to his Rwandan homeland

Purdue PhD student Aimable Mugabo single-handedly distributed more than 1,000 USB cards promoting Purdue-based Scientific Animations Without...

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The College of Agriculture awards six alumni to the ranks of Distinguished Ag Alumni

The College of Agriculture recognized six alumni at the Distinguished Agricultural Alumni award Ceremony on March 8.

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Rehabilitation through cultivation—from incarceration to Master Gardeners

When he thinks of his childhood, Jacobo Mora recalls rows of fruit trees and colorful squash at Kercher’s Sunrise Orchard in Goshen, Indiana....

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Purdue relaunches historic Alpha Zeta Honorary Society

Alpha Zeta, an honorary society for agriculture students, has stayed the course with roots that began in 1897. The Alpha Zeta Honorary Society was...

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Purdue researchers explore noninvasive method for sampling drug response

Harnessing a pervasive type of cellular messenger shows early experimental promise as a routine way of sampling and monitoring the body’s...

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Modest improvement in farmer sentiment, yet financial concerns loom

The latest Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer reveals a modest increase in farmer sentiment compared to the previous month, though...

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Purdue agriculture dean appoints Bowling as new head of agronomy

Bernie Engel, the Glenn W. Sample Dean of Agriculture at Purdue University, has announced the appointment of Laura Bowling as the department head...

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Plant pressings, photo albums and portals into our past

“When people have a fire or natural disasters in their homes, the first things they’ll grab are the photo albums. We need to appreciate...

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No increase in dust explosion incidents last year, ten-year average remains unchanging

The annual summary recording nationwide grain dust bin explosions reported nine incidents in the United States in 2023. This means that there was...

Tanzanian farmers learn to store their maize in PICS bags

CASH-Tz: improving access to safe grain storage in Tanzania

Fighting food insecurity isn’t as simple as growing more food. One of the biggest hurdles for countries on the path to alleviating hunger is...

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Purdue University to host 2024 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders

Purdue University College of Agriculture is proud to announce its selection as an Institute Partner for the 2024 Mandela Washington Fellowship for...

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New tool helps users track fruit-plant readiness for growing season

Purdue University’s Midwestern Regional Climate Center (MRCC) has launched its new interactive chilling hours tool. Growers now can more...

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Indiana Small Farm Conference to take place Feb. 29 through March 1 at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds

There’s still time to register for the 2024 Indiana Small Farm Conference. The 12th annual conference and trade show will take place Feb. 29...

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Returning to his roots: Stephen Meyers and the land-grant mission

If you’re cruising through northern Indiana in late summer or early fall, roll down your windows. Take a deep breath. Where does the smell...

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New year brought increased consumer interest in food and nutrition resolutions

Food or nutrition-related New Year’s resolutions were more popular among consumers going into 2024 compared to last year, according to the...

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Purdue geomatics professor debuts open-source platform at upcoming NAPPN meeting

When someone wants to watch or share a video, they likely go to the free video sharing website YouTube, says Jinha Jung, associate professor of...

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How creepy crawlers court

While couples buy rose bouquets, make dinner reservations and dress up for date night, researchers in Purdue Entomology are putting another twist...

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Experiencing the wonders and possibilities of India

Bernie and Andrea Engel had plenty of dreams when they were growing up in their respective rural Illinois towns. But the Glenn W. Sample Dean of...

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The art and science of crafting a flower bouquet: Q & A with Karen Sullivan

Ahead of Valentine’s Day, or Galentine’s Day, as popularized by the show Parks and Recreation, we look for special ways to surprise our...

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Behind the Research: Jeff Fields

Many people are involved in the remarkable range of programs, services and facilities that undergird research in the College of Agriculture....

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Plant Sciences team develops thermal remote sensing protocol using GRYFN platform

Say you’re an agricultural scientist, and you know there’s technology out there that could be a game-changer in your research. But its...

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Six awarded Certificate of Distinction at 2024 Purdue Ag Alumni Fish Fry

Purdue University’s Agricultural Alumni Association presented six agriculture leaders with its Certificate of Distinction at the...

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A Hoosier’s guide to the galaxy, or at least the 2024 Eclipse

Cool wind brushes against your bare shoulders. A t-shirt felt like enough when you put it on this morning, but goosebumps now ripple down your arm....

A shaved ice machine sprinkles snow over young arabidopsis plants to freeze the whole plant at once.

The perks and pitfalls of ‘plastic’ plants

Imagine broccoli’s short, sparse and ugly cousin, and you have Arabidopsis thaliana. It is native to Eurasia and some parts of Africa, but...

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Complex tree canopies help forests recover from moderate disturbances

Extreme events wipe out entire forests, dramatically eliminating complex ecosystems as well as local communities. Researchers have become quite...

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Weakening Commodity Cast A Shadow On Farmer Sentiment

Farmer sentiment took a downturn at the start of 2024 as the January Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer Index fell to a reading of...

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Student hits the road on a journey to find her own path in life

A calm, crisp air filled with birds singing in the Hoosier National Forest awakens Maddie Milharcic, a junior in agricultural and biological...

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Where Black history, education and agriculture endure: the legacy of Lyles Station

Nestled in the southwestern corner of Indiana bordering a railroad is the town of Lyles Station, a small community with a rich past. Here, history,...

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Diversity Through the Eyes of the 2024 Unsung Diversity Hero Award Winners

The College of Agriculture honored five Unsung Diversity Heroes on Jan. 19 as a part of the 13th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration...

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The College of Agriculture welcomes 11 new faculty members

The Purdue College of Agriculture welcomes 11 new faculty to campus, kicking off the start of the 2024 spring semester.

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Students connect with alumni during winter study abroad trip to Peru

Purdue students had the opportunity to travel to Peru over the winter break. The South American country offers a blend of history, diverse...

A collection flag in a field of lettuce.

Taking steps toward “safer salads” with fecal-contamination tests for fresh produce

Jiangshan Wang, a graduate student in the Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering, knew he wanted to take on a project that would...

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From Slayter Hill to the Great Lakes, Midwesterners feel effects of climate extremes

Behind climatologist Melissa Widhalm’s desk is a framed painting of one of Purdue students’ favorite pastimes: sledding down Slayter...

Bedrich Benes in his office

AI learns to simulate how trees grow and shape in response to their environments

A research team from Purdue University’s Department of Computer Science and Institute for Digital Forestry, with collaborator Sören Pirk...

A tornado blazes through a residential area.

Top Midwestern weather events in 2023

From winter tornadoes to Canadian wildfire smoke, the Midwest experienced some record-breaking weather events in 2023. Climatologists with the...

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Purdue Student Farm serves as 1 of nearly 40 entomology research sites across the United States

The Purdue Student Farm, located on campus on Cherry Lane, is just one of the nearly 40 sites that an entomology research team visits once per...

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The Keys to Unlocking Plant Reproductive Behavior

If you took a biology class in high school, you probably learned that flowering plants reproduce when sperm cells, carried by pollen, fertilize an...

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The Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment, a 100-year study, receives the Purdue Agriculture 2023 TEAM Award

The Purdue Agriculture TEAM Award has honored an interdisciplinary team annually since 1995, based on the maxim, “Together Everyone Achieves...

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Study abroad experiences lead to career with Disney conservation education for Purdue Ag alumna

Studying abroad can be an incredible, life-changing experience. Purdue Agriculture offers programs in numerous locations for varying lengths of...

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Tesso joins Purdue Agriculture faculty

Purdue will be gaining an internationally renowned expert in sorghum breeding this semester when Tesfaye Tesso of Kansas State University joins the...

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Year-end survey spotlights food safety, age-related consumer behavior, out-of-stock trends

Building off the previous month’s survey, the December 2023 Consumer Food Insights Report digs deeper into the relationships between food...

Jingging Liang

Purdue forestry professor cultivates cyberinfrastructure for collaborative forestry research

While most scientific research fields maintain open-access data policies, access to forestry data remains limited. “The utmost hurdle for...

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$2.5M Ricks Family Foundation Donation Seeds New Heartland Children’s Nutrition Collaborative

How do the bacteria in a child’s gut contribute to illness? Can we prevent or treat childhood diseases by altering what kids eat? How do...

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NRES alumnus doing his part to protect the environment for generations to come

It’s hard not to call it serendipitous that the first book Ian Champ received as a child was "The Lorax," a book by Dr. Seuss that...

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Registration live for 2024 Indiana Small Farm Conference

Registration is open for the 2024 Indiana Small Farm Conference — Indiana’s premier annual event for the state’s farming...

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Spring Start expands opportunities for Purdue University agriculture students

The newly launched Purdue University’s College of Agriculture Spring Start (CASS) program will enable an additional group of first-year...

From centuries-old, hand-drawn maps to LiDAR lasers & the role of both in forestry

From centuries-old, hand-drawn maps to LiDAR lasers & the role of both in forestry

An army of bow saws and boots march through dense thickets of forest patches in the Chicago region, cutting away greenery in the city and its...

Xing Liu and Kankan Wang use the Stop Flow Machine.

Breaking down the biochemical pathways of protein degradation

Proteins are more than just important nutritional units to track in your diet. They are encoded into our DNA and are the building blocks of all...

Lauren Harmon in lab.

Access to research helps undergraduate student find her fit

Lauren Harmon, a native of Carmel, Indiana, grew up interested in science, and her love for plants drove her to choosing a path to study in the...

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U.S. Farmer Sentiment Stable As Inflation Expectations Subside

U.S. farmers’ sentiment changed very little in December compared to the preceding month. The Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer...

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