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Purdue engineer works to improve formulation of RNA-based pharmaceuticals

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Agriculture in space: the new wild west

Mohit Verma, professor of agricultural and biological engineering in Purdue University’s College of Agriculture, holds a prototype for a low-cost test to diagnose Covid-19 in animals

Purdue developing field test to detect SARS-CoV-2 virus in dozens of host species

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Purdue Agricultural and Biological Engineering undergraduate program ranked first in US

Dan Quinn and other Purdue faculty speak on the AgDay TV program

Agronomy Faculty & Colleagues Featured on AgDay TV

Students Alex Hokey, Tyler Ziehm and Ryan Liebermann hold drone controllers and smile in front of a corn field

Cultivating the Future: Alex Hokey, Ryan Liebermann and Tyler Ziehm

Kayla Hinton, ABE student sits in lab.

Cultivating the Future: Kayla Hinton

The Purdue Bell Tower peeks over fall foliage.

College of Agriculture welcomes new faculty members

Land of Lakes Interns from Purdue

Cultivating the Future: Dev Patel, Disha Lalit and Makinzie France

Seth King, undergraduate in ABE

How This Ag Engineer Is Making Golf More Inclusive

Jack Gross stands in front of the Chobani logo.

Cultivating the Future: Jack Gross

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International Women in Engineering Day: In Conversation with Somali Chaterji and Caitlin Proctor

Katy Rainey in works with data on a screen

Drone imagery analysis to help increase soybean yield in wake of climate change

Emma Keesling

Engineering student driven to improve food security around the world

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

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