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Mining smarter, cleaner

Imagine extracting iron ore from Minnesota mines dating back to the 1890s. All without disturbing any new land. With a Purdue alumnus at the helm of Magnetation, that’s become a reality.

Engineering inclusion

A new booklet co-edited by Brad Duerstock, director of the Institute for Accessible Science (IAS), provides resources to encourage students with disabilities to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Purdue students develop safe-water system for Dominican Republic community

To address the water-quality issues in developing nations around the world, Purdue launched a service-learning class in the fall of 2012.

Women in Engineering: Q&A with Beth Holloway

For the past 13 years, Beth Holloway has been working to increase the number of women in engineering at Purdue and beyond.