2 hrs ago
As many as 7 hurt in 3-vehicle crash near Muncie
A crash involving three vehicles near Muncie has sent as many as seven people - including five children - to a hospital.
13 hrs ago
Evansville Courier & Press
Community Comment: Avoiding pessimism among graduates' biggest challenges
By Mitch Daniels / Special to the Courier & Press Former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is the president of Purdue University.
Sat May 18, 2013
Purdue Workshops To Give Current Information On Crop Development
PURDUE WORKSHOPS TO GIVE CURRENT INFORMATION ON CROP DEVELOPMENT May 17, 2013 Source: Purdue University news release Crop producers and people involved in field scouting can learn about what to look for at different times of the growing season during two workshops offered by Purdue University.
WLFI-TV West Lafayette
City leaders prep for annexation vote
West Lafayette leaders are preparing for the first vote on the proposed annexation that would nearly double the city's area.
Fri May 17, 2013
Indianapolis Business News
PANEL: Life sciences will see radically different future
IBJ convened a panel of experts at its Life Sciences Power Breakfast on May 10 to talk about the industry issues of venture capital, digital health innovations and research university entrepreneurship.
Medical News Today
Nutrition Science Focuses On White Vegetables In Supporting A Healthy, Well-Balanced Diet
Potatoes and other white vegetables are just as important to a healthy diet as their colorful cousins in the produce aisle, according to the authors of a scientific supplement published in the peer-reviewed journal, Advances in Nutrition .
Thu May 16, 2013
Medical News Today
Purdue Innovation Could Help People With Severe Hearing Loss
Mel Chua, a Purdue University doctoral candidate in engineering education, received her current set of hearing aids in May 2012.
'We Are Ready': Millennials Respond to Complaints They're Not Prepared for the Workforce
It doesn't matter what hiring surveys say about recent graduates being unprepared to join the workforce; Kevin Niemi isn't listening.
Wed May 15, 2013
Plane crashes into fence at PU Airport
In what one police chief is calling a strange event, officials are investigating a crashed plane at Purdue University Airport.
Auburn University announces new sciences and mathematics dean
AUBURN, Alabama -- A Purdue University physics professor will head up Auburn University's College of Sciences and Mathematics beginning Aug.
Eating your whites is as important as eating your greens: Potato and...
Researchers say that potatoes and other white vegetables are often overlooked from a nutritional standpoint - but that they are just as healthy as more colourful vegetables.
Tue May 14, 2013
PCHS students get national accolade
According to Bob O'Connor, principal at Park City High School, as the leader of the school it is always a special moment seeing students leave with success.
R & D
'Makers' 3D print shapes created using new design tool, bare hands
A new design tool interprets hand gestures, enabling designers and artists to create and modify 3D shapes using only their hands as a "natural user interface" instead of keyboard and mouse.
Mon May 13, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
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Held senior leadership positions in many manufacturing companies for the past 35 years.
Major Field Campaign Targets Improvement in Thunderstorm Prediction
To help better predict where and when spring thunderstorms will rip across Colorado's Front Range and the adjacent High Plains, researchers are launching a major field project this week with high-flying aircraft and fine-grained computer simulations.
Will college students buy YouTubea s subscriptioa
In the past decade, YouTube has become synonymous with free entertainment . Now a new program may change the way college students access their favorite content.
The Indianapolis Star
Ball State's Jo Ann Gora among nation's highest paid public college presidents in 2012
A database compiled by the Chronicle of Higher Education listed Ball State University's President Jo Ann Gora as the nation's fifth-highest earning public college president from 2011 to 2012.
Wet Winter, Spring Make Nitrogen Carryover Unlikely
WET WINTER, SPRING MAKE NITROGEN CARRYOVER UNLIKELY May 13, 2013 Source: Purdue University news release Extra nitrogen left in the soil after drought reduced corn yields last year has likely been lost with excess soil moisture in the winter and spring, a Purdue Extension agronomist says.
Sun May 12, 2013
Autistic teen with genius IQ serves as role model for others
A young boy from Indiana is proving that no one should underestimate the abilities of those living with an autism diagnosis.