There were seven reported grain dust explosions at U.S. food and agricultural facilities in 2017, two more than in 2016 but still below the 10-year average of 9.3 explosions per year, according to an annual report issued by Purdue University’s Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
Millennials are in a unique position to shape the future of the nuclear field. Taking this seriously, students in the School of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue University and members of the U.S. Department of Energy — Office of Nuclear Energy are hosting a Millennial Nuclear Caucus on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus.
Poly Group LLC, an Indiana-based technology company, announces that an Environmental Protection Agency-approved antimicrobial polymer called Nouvex, is shown to eradicate established biofilm, or slimy films of bacteria.
The Clare Boothe Luce (CBL) Program of the Henry Luce Foundation recently awarded Purdue a $300,000 grant to support two incoming female graduate students, one in the College of Science and one in the College of Engineering, for two years each starting in the 2018-19 academic year.