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Dharmendra Saraswat works with student and drone.

Saraswat headed for Indian Agricultural Research Institute as Fulbright Scholar

ABE Professor and grad student fly a drone

Purdue Agricultural and Biological Engineering Graduate Program earns top national ranking

Arabidopsis in the growth chamber

Nanocarrier research taps technology in Ag Alumni Seed Phenotyping Facility

Soybean Competition group

Ideas keep stemming from annual Student Soybean Innovation Competition

Pigs in a barn

$500,000 grant targets lack of air-quality data in swine production

Dog on campus at Purdue University

Lack of canine COVID-19 data fuels persisting concerns over dog-human interactions

Students and faculty participate in the 2022 hackathon.

Purdue professor seeks to open doors to tech skills and development for ag students

Grain bins

Dust explosion incidents increased last year, no fatalities

A close up image of a wheat field at sunset.

Purdue professors, multi-university team work to address grain industry labor shortage

Paul Brown, professor of forestry and natural resources at Purdue University, oversees the lab’s experimental aquaponics systems.

$10 million USDA grant targets more Midwestern seafood production and consumption

Students walk in Utah landscape for Mars simulation

Lessons learned from life on Mars

Jennifer Rackliffe

Jennifer Rackliffe - Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

paper-based, rapid-result tests

Innovative risk-assessment tool for produce industry continues advancing

Todd Chermak standing at desk in Cell Carta office.

Alumnus became one of the first graduates of the biotech regulatory program he helped start

Assistant Professor, Kurt Ristroph in laboratory.

Ag faculty member devising new drug delivery tactic for citrus greening disease

This image shows the input and output data of the tree segmentation algorithm. The input data (left) is colored by elevation. The results of the algorithm (right) use color to segment each tree from the point cloud.

Purdue Team Introduces Advance in Automatic Forest Mapping Technology

farm implement driving down a narrow road

Indiana farm fatality summary shows positive trends, stresses worker safety

DNA Sting, colors blue and orange.

Purdue’s Master of Science in biotechnology innovation and regulatory science celebrating 20th anniversary

Michael Heraty, left, and Dev Patel, right, stand outside their Minnesota residence with a Purdue flag.

Land O’Lakes, Inc. program offers two students robust experience in agriculture

Keith Cherkauer stands in a body of water at the wetlands owned by Purdue University.

Cherkauer appointed director of IWRRC

Uel Palmer Kouame stands in front of the ABE building

International student shapes his dreams with technology

REEU 2022 program students stand along a railing inside the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Building.

REEU summer program provides a window into agriculture

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