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Startup developing device to prevent epilepsy-related death receives funding

Neurava, a startup located in West Lafayette, Indiana, announced Monday (Nov. 1) that it has received more than $650,000 in seed funding...

Purdue University Global to offer educational opportunities to Wellness Council of Arizona with tuition reduction

 Purdue University Global continues to join forces with health care organizations to offer robust educational opportunities with tuition reduction. The latest such partnership...

Haller Foundation, Walther Foundation donate $1.5 million to Purdue for endowed professorship in cancer biology

A $750,000 donation from the Henry E. Haller Jr. Foundation has endowed a professorship that will support the work of the Purdue...

Delita Martin to present solo exhibition in Ringel Gallery

Purdue University Galleries will exhibit artwork featuring by Purdue alumna Delita Martin in the Robert L. Ringel Gallery in Stewart Center. This solo...

Investigative journalist John Carreyrou to speak at Purdue

John Carreyrou, the reporter who extensively covered the news scandal involving Theranos and its founder/CEO Elizabeth Holmes, will speak in a 5...

Opportunities abound, thanks to persistently reimagining the high school experience

New documentary series shares with viewers three students’ experiences at Purdue Polytechnic High School Schweitzer Center at Englewood

Scientists reverse pancreatic cancer progression in ‘time machine’ made of human cells

What makes pancreatic cancer so deadly is its covert and quick spread. Now, a “time machine” built by Purdue University engineers has...

HLA professor earns distinguished fellowship

 Aaron Patton, professor and associate head of horticulture and landscape architecture (HLA), recently received a fellowship by the American Society of Agronomy....

Environmental and ecological engineering senior selected as Purdue’s sixth Udall scholar

Madison Hodges has a heart for public service and the gift of leadership. As a senior in Purdue University’s...

A gene that controls the severity of colon cancer

Regulatory T cells (TReg) are essential to regulating the immune system. However, there are several different types of TReg cells, and scientists are...

Purdue University Global Bachelor of Science degree in health information management granted initial accreditation

The Purdue University Global Bachelor of Science degree in health information management has been granted initial accreditation following a review by the Commission on...

More than 1,500 Purdue University Global graduates told that they will be part of the change ‘that we all want to see in this...

More than 1,500 Purdue University Global graduates worldwide took part in in-person and virtual commencement ceremonies on Saturday (Aug. 14) at the Warner Theatre...

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[Urbana] Outdoor Free Fitness in the Park

Are you looking for ways to stay fit and active this summer? Check out our FREE outdoor fitness programs that you can enjoy all...

[Urbana] Crystal Lake Park Art Fair

Saturday August 6, 10 am - 4 pmBetween Crystal Lake Park Family Aquatic Center and Anita Purves Nature Center (1505 N Broadway)

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Shop local makers and artists, experience live music and entertainment, and grab some of the best food and drinks that Champaign has...