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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

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

: ABE doctoral student Hassan Assaf is currently designing an electrohydraulic battery-powered system to replace the internal combustion engine in a hydraulic system

Agricultural Biological Engineering Program Earns #1 Ranking

Soybean plantation, diverse accessions of soybean. Wang’s AgSEED project will gather data to provide a proof-of-concept for architecting new physiological process-based models using genetic variation as a key organizing concept.

AgSEED grants lay groundwork for innovation, data and funding

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Purdue professor receives $1M grant for pursuit of African swine fever rapid test

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Purdue invention to improve health and welfare of farrowing sows is licensed to Canadian company

Lab members on computer screen

The 'Internet of Small Things' will power digital agriculture

Grain silos

2021 grain dust explosions show decrease in incidents, result in one death

Hassan Assaf in the lab

Student’s research introduces others to advanced fluid power concepts

Images from the year's top stories

Purdue Agriculture’s 21 most-read stories of 2021

Kicker at football game

Six agriculture students named Academic All-Big Ten

New faculty

College of Agriculture appoints first crop of faculty Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ambassadors

Golden curtains with lack shadows

Outstanding in their field: Tractor efficiency increased, thanks to Purdue hydraulics research

Mark Gee with plants

ABE graduate student chosen as student trustee

Students from ABE's Soil and Water Resource Engineering class in front of the department’s new building

Purdue Agricultural Biological Engineering Program Ranked #1

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