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The tornado that hit the Oklahoma City area on Monday may be especially frightening for children because of the destruction to schools and the number of children who died, says a Purdue University child development expert.
Submitted photo/ Seymour native and Purdue University student Colin Aker is about to embark on the Journey of Hope cross-country bicycle trek.
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Cary Mitchell and Celina Gomez, of Purdue University, harvest tomatoes grown next to a tower of blue and red LEDs.
In this May 15, 2013 file photo, a service person works on sign at BP station at 35E and County Road E in Vadnais Heights, Minn.
A tornado watch has been issued for several counties in central and western Indiana.
MDI Achieve, provider of MatrixCare , the market-leading, certified Electronic Health Record solution for the long-term care and senior living continuum, today announced the appointment of Denise Wassenaar as its Chief Clinical Officer.
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PURDUE'S BEEF EVALUATION PROGRAM RECEIVES 10,000TH BULL May 20, 2013 Source: Purdue University news release Purdue Extension's Indiana Beef Evaluation Program received its 10,000th bull during this year's summer test - the station's 72nd test since the program's inception in 1976.
A crash involving three vehicles near Muncie has sent as many as seven people - including five children - to a hospital.
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.
President Mitch Daniels isnít the only one at Purdue University on a quest to save money at the West Lafayette campus.