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Will superintelligent computers hundreds of times smarter than humans help us solve difficult problems such as the causes of cancer or climate change, or will they decide we're all just raw materials they need to consume in order to expand? Will industrial robots free us from mundane and poor-paying factory jobs, or will they displace workers and ... (more)
Annual change in cash rents on average quality Indiana farmland shows what goes up rarely comes down much.
By studying spinach using serial femtosecond crystallography and electron paramagnetic resonance, an international team of physicists have come up with a potential method of converting sunlight into an environmentally-friendly alternative to fossil fuel.
Representatives from Purdue University and News 18 puckered up for a good cause Thursday night.
The Indy International Wine Competition will return to the Purdue University campus July 30-August 1, with a new award recognizing an outstanding small winery in Indiana.
The Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities has named Penn State an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University in recognition of its strong commitment to economic engagement.
Purdue class explores bad science behind 'Sharknado' Andy Freed uses Hollywood films to teach an earth sciences class for non-science majors.
A trial-court judge has ruled in favor of one of the nation's largest pork producers in four nuisance lawsuits brought by neighbors of industrial hog farms in Randolph County.
David Dalton won't have to deal with the initial awkwardness that comes when strangers are paired as college roommates.
One of the potential drags on the nation's economy is burgeoning student debt, which now totals more than $1.2 trillion.
Spinach gave Popeye super strength, but it also holds the promise of a different power for a group of scientists: the ability to convert sunlight into a clean, efficient alternative fuel.
Researchers have discovered a previously unknown mechanism for wear in metals: a swirling, fluid-like microscopic behavior in a solid piece of metal sliding over another.
Many countries will mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I this summer, and even though America's military role in the conflict came later, now is a chance to learn about a war that is often overlooked, says a Purdue University historian.
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OUR VIEW One of the potential drags on the nation's economy is burgeoning student debt, which now totals more than $1.2 trillion.
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