Engineering + Agriculture
With an anticipated completion in 2020, the new Agricultural & Biological Engineering building will bring faculty home from 11 campus buildings to 165,000 square feet of new and remodeled space.
Sensor gives farmers more accurate reads on plant health.
Award-winning technology speeds up the process to detect foodborne illnesses.
OATS researchers using data to improve food access to a growing global population.
WHIN grant sparks global hub for digital agriculture and next-generation manufacturing collaborations.
Engineering + Health Sciences
Regenstrief Center conducts research to improve healthcare delivery.
Engineering + Pharmacy
Engineering collaborations with industrial pharmacy mirror the latter field’s ventures into new frontiers.
Engineering + Management
Concurrent master’s degree program highlights new collaboration.
Campus partnerships merge technology and business on a path to market.
Engineering + Veterinary Medicine
Doctoral program bridges two kindred disciplines.
Tiny implantable sensor shows promise in tracing glutamate spikes.
Engineering + Medicine
Collaboration sets the standard for the exchange of ideas between engineering and medicine.
USAID selects Purdue-led center to research world poverty challenges.
Licensed device transforms food-drying processes.
Engineering + Liberal Arts
Collaboration enriches engineering and theatre education.
Engineering + Technology
Purdue’s INMaC is advancing the manufacturing ecosystem in Indiana.
Collaboration will ensure security and reliability upfront.
Alliances further the state as a leader in military arts, science and technology.
The Bechtel Center is a place for students to explore new ideas and put them into action.
PEGASAS is working to improve general aviation.
Collaboration between Engineering and Polytechnic.
Engineering + Science
Developing an integrated biosensing platform to detect diseases faster and more cheaply.
Researchers spearhead quantum computing projects.
Speaking the brain’s language.
Single particles of light could bring the ‘quantum internet.’