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Phenotyping facilities offer powerful tools with a delicate touch

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How patents pave the way for College of Agriculture research

Linda Lee

Board of Trustees Names Lee a Distinguished Professor

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Award recognizes Ebner’s success delivering high impact global programs

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Rob Weiner

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Ag-Celerator fund invests $200,000 in two agriculture startup companies

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Purdue Agriculture’s 21 most-read stories of 2021

Plant and glove

Multiscale imaging illuminates the big picture of plant protection

Tomas Höök named as the 2021 recipient of the Agricultural Research Award

Researchers in Field

Improving soybeans reduces the cost to farmers and the environment

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Student’s research promotes healthier, more profitable cattle

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Remote sensing, digital tech advance tools for precision forestry

Corn Field

Corn zein offers alternative for meat analogues

Jumbam in lab

Student’s applied mycology research benefits farmers and consumers

Mohit Verma displays in his hand the biosensor technology used to develop his rapid response COVID-19 tests

Purdue researcher develops fast, accurate and affordable COVID-19 paper-based test

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REEU program highlights “Familiar Faces” to increase diversity in FNR

Boram in lab

Student’s research aims to overcome antibiotic resistance

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Behind the Research: Matthew Hamilton

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Summer research sows seeds of interest in agricultural sciences

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Student’s research explores maritime shipping of agricultural commodities

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Behind the Research: Mike Woodard

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Student’s research helps watermelon growers find sweet success

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Researcher uses opportunities to impact students

Young horse herd gather in the grasslands of Mongolia

Purdue researchers explore how sound drives Mongolian herder cultural practices

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