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wiens-marsPlanetary scientist helps equip rover Perseverance with 4 of the 5 human senses

For two decades, Roger Wiens has built instruments to give humans eyes and a nose on Mars – and now he’s helping add ears as well.

convergence-carrFirst-of-its-kind program invites remote workers to make a home at Purdue University

Remote workers seeking inspiration and community may find their answer on a college campus with all the connections, activities, food and diversity it has to offer.

horse-slickerHow do you test for equine asthma and heart disease using a remote horse slicker? Put the horse on a treadmill.

Asthma, heart disease or muscular issues can derail any athlete’s season – even racehorses who run at local tracks or have their sights set for horse racing’s Triple Crown.

bell-towerPurdue for Life Foundation announces Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging division

The Purdue for Life Foundation has launched a new division in support of Purdue University’s diversity, inclusion and belonging priorities and its Equity Task Force, which is one of five Purdue Next Moves initiatives.

johnson-cratersWhen worlds collide: Studying impact craters to uncover the secrets of the solar system

While for humans the constants might be death and taxes, for planets the constants are gravity and collisions.

engineer-rankU.S. rankings: Purdue remains engineering royalty; sciences rise, and analytical chemistry, ABE No. 1 in respective fields

Home to national hubs for hypersonics and cybersecurity research, a sprawling innovation district and graduates who are among the most in demand in professional areas such as health care, finance and consulting, aviation and aerospace, and manufacturing, Purdue University has seen graduate student enrollment reach an all-time high — up 16% from last year and 43% over the last decade.

low-philipPurdue University research instrumental in early development of FDA-approved advanced prostate cancer diagnostic and treatment

Prostate cancer is the second-most common cancer among American men after nonmelanoma skin cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it's also among the leading causes of cancer deaths in men.

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