Purdue professor says growth hormones in livestock do not contribute to "superbugs" in humans.
A new swine genetics research center in Fort Wayne will help farmers and researchers raise better pigs.
More on Howard Zinn and the debate over who decides what's taught in Indiana's classrooms and why Indiana girls lead their male peers until high school.
Asian carp have been found breeding in the Great Lakes watershed, which could make eradicating them from Indiana's waterways more difficult.
Researchers at Purdue found natural gas is a cheaper and cleaner way to fuel city buses.
A rapidly spreading weed that originated in Northwest Indiana has now been found in 17 counties around the state, including in Clay County.
Purdue's newly built supercomputer is the fastest university-owned computer--a title Indiana University's Big Red II held when it was dedicated in April.
The State Ethics Commission gave its approval for INDOT Commissioner Michael Cline to become Purdue's Vice President for Physical Facilities.
Beekeepers continue to experience a decline because of "colony collapse disorder," a phenomena first identified in 2006.
About 250 people marched on campus after a third case of racism was reported in the past year.