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STEM the Tide
An innovative electronic field trip program is generating excitement in Indiana classrooms. Purdue zipTrips shows students that science can be fun.

Outreach programs engage students in science

A Horse is a Horse but Like Us, of Course

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"We're No. 1!"
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Purdue's Agricultural and Biological Engineering graduate program the top ABE program in the nation.

Kennedy diagnosis inspires student to begin cancer research

Global solutions for global problems

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Researchers Taking a Bite out of Bugs

For centuries, Hessian flies, bees and ticks have spelled bad news for crops and people. Scientists now have the ability to study the entire genetic code of these pests.

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Many Hands Make Light Work

By training key people around the state to deliver specialized content, Purdue Extension exponentially increases the number of Hoosiers who benefit from educational programs.

Great Wall in China

China Partnerships to Strengthen Economy, Research

China is an important trading partner for Indiana producers and an important research partner for Purdue Agriculture. International collaboration brings joint resources to bear on global problems.

Traditional Chinese Dish Served with an Indiana Twist

Spotlights

Medicine cabinet no place for vitamins Purdue in your county
U-Haul trucks tout insect science Better days ahead for ag grads?
Robot sub gathers data for climate-change study Landmark design
Purdue partners with Habitat for Humanity New leadership for agricultural research
Genetic find may improve soybeans  

Letter from the Dean
Purdue Agriculture helps raise the bar in K-12 science education

Takes on a Topic
Purdue Agriculture Uses Social Media To Reach and Teach

 

 

 

 

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