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3 hrs ago | WLFI-TV West Lafayette

Natasha Cerruti, a research assistant at Purdue University's hop farm, inspects one of her crops.

Indiana is known for two staple crops, corn and soybeans, but a new crop has found some space to grow.

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Related Topix: Indiana, Agriculture, Science, Beer, Drink, Thorntown, IN

3 hrs ago | Ag Professional

Tips for - late' applications of nitrogen

Persistent rains this year may force many growers to sidedress their nitrogen in corn this year much later than what is considered normal.

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3 hrs ago | Ag Professional

Tips for - late' applications of nitrogen

Persistent rains this year may force many growers to sidedress their nitrogen in corn this year much later than what is considered normal.

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9 hrs ago | Crain's Detroit Business

Q&A with George Hynd, Oakland University

George Hynd was named Oakland University president last week, succeeding interim President Betty Youngblood at the Rochester Hills school.

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Related Topix: Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI, College of Charleston, Arizona State University, Oakland, MI

Sun Jul 13, 2014

Journal and Courier

Ralph Privoznik: Artist, craftsman, collectorRalph Privoznik: Artist, ...

Ralph Privoznik: Artist, craftsman, collector Ralph Privoznik is a serious artist, superb craftsman and a prolific art collector.

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Related Topix: Cicero, IL

Knoxville News Sentinel

Daniel Kidd

Education: Bachelor's in English from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, law degree from Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington Top three issues: Judges need a good temperament, complete knowledge of law and practical experience with the types of cases the court hears

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Related Topix: Sports

Sat Jul 12, 2014

Palladium-Item

Farm Notes

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Farmers, first responders and grain elevator employees may take training that could save a life when someone becomes trapped in a grain storage structure.

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Related Topix: West Lafayette, IN, Lafayette, IN, Agriculture, Science, Indiana

Examiner.com

Ma Kelley to reunite for one 'last blast'

In December of 2010 the legendary rock band Ma Kelley celebrated their 25 years together by doing a reunion show in Bloomington, IN.

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Related Topix: Metal, Iced Earth

Palladium-Item

Briefcase

Knight has more than 20 years of experience in health care financial management, most recently at University Healthcare in West Virginia, where he was vice president of finance and CFO.

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Related Topix: Richmond, IN, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Illinois College, Lafayette, IN, West Lafayette, IN

Fri Jul 11, 2014

Holtville Tribune

NEES joins earthquake engineers, industry leaders for conference,...

Engineers, scientists, industry leaders, public policy experts, emergency responders, government agency officials and others will spend five days here in July to highlight advancements in earthquake damage mitigation and mark the 50th anniversary of the historic Alaskan quake that took 131 lives and caused $300 million in damage.

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Related Topix: Earthquake, Natural Disasters, Speakers, Northridge, CA

The Madison Courier

Fair fun continues in Switzerland Co.

Chelsea Duvall was crowned 2014 Miss Switzerland County on June 29. Her court includes first runner-up Robin Furnish, second runner-up Jaclyn Hart and Miss Congeniality Macy Barwick.

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Examiner.com

Former Purdue wrestler Camden Eppert joins Wabash College coaching staff

The Boilermaker becomes a Little Giant, as Camden Eppert, four-year wrestler at Purdue University , has accepted an assistant coaching position at Wabash College, the western Indiana school announced Thursday .

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Related Topix: Wabash College, Noblesville, IN, Anderson, IN

Voices

Kathy Fraser Fraser Studios

Voice Artist: Comments that describe my work include: bright, sincere, knowledgable, concerned, caring, believable, friendly and most of all conversational.

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The Madison Courier

MCHS Ffa students honored with state degrees, awards

Courier Staff Report Several Madison Consolidated High School FFA students were honored with state FFA degrees as well as several state awards at Purdue University in June.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Chattanoogan.com

Chad Varga A Successful Runner And Businessman

He'll celebrate his 56 th birthday this fall and he's not doing as much running as he once was because he's been having knee problems and is debating whether or not to have surgery to correct the problem.

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Related Topix: Soddy-Daisy, TN, Chattanooga, TN

Milling Journal

Purdue University Offers IN Training Sessions in Grain Storage Rescues

First responders, farmers and grain elevator employees can receive training that could help save a life should someone become trapped in a grain storage structure.

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Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

Design And Reuse

Startup Preps Neural Network Visual Processor for Mobiles

TeraDeep Inc. was formed in 2013 as a spin off from Purdue University to commercialize research into multilayer convolutional neural networks as a means of efficient processing for such tasks as cognitive vision processing.

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Related Topix: CPU, Science / Technology, West Lafayette, IN

The Star Press

Purdue Master Gardeners seeking new crop of volunteers

Those who want to sharpen their gardening skills and who have an interest in sharing their gardening knowledge with others are invited to join in the Purdue Master Gardener Basic Training Program that begins Aug. 7. The deadline to register is July 25. Purdue Extension in Delaware and Madison counties will offer the volunteer training program to ... (more)

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Related Topix: Home Gardening, Home, Agriculture, Science, Delaware County, IN, Madison County, IN, Alexandria, IN

Albany Times Union

Researchers try to save huge US salamander

In this June 18, 2014, photo, Rod Williams, a Purdue University associate professor of herpetology, holds a hellbender that he and a team of students collected in southern Indiana's Blue River near Corydon, Ind., during a survey of populations of the rare amphibian.

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Related Topix: Corydon, IN, Scanners

Wed Jul 09, 2014

Ag Professional

Purdue to host third Borlaug institute on global food security

The third Borlaug Summer Institute on Global Food Security will be held June 8-21 at Purdue University for 30 graduate students from across the country taking on the challenge of helping to find solutions to world hunger.

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Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

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