Purdue University Professor Andrew Whelton says drinking water safety, despite what many people might think, is not well understood.
Corporate funding has increased while public funding has decreased.
The food allergy study examines public health policies and makes recommendations for more research and education.
New research shows how pharmacists administering flu shots is leading to a change in how we immunize ourselves.
The study found that countries with fragile economies, like Niger, Chad and Mongolia, are especially vulnerable to invasive species.
Researchers at the new Indiana Corn and Soybean Innovation Center will study the growing habits of cash crops at the school's 1,400-acre research farm.
Purdue's collection is Indiana's largest, with more than 1.5 million specimens from across the globe.
The goal of the project is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the primary pollutant behind man-made climate change.
Bloomington’s growing deer population continues to be a nuisance to many residents.
Researchers hope to understand the prevention, onset, treatment, progression and health outcomes of human diseases through a precision approach.