Researchers Developed a Technique to Turn Nearly a Quarter of Our Plastic Waste into Fuel
The process could help convert millions of tons of plastic we generate every year into an gasoline and diesel-like fuel.
The Plan to Seed Life on Alien Planets
The 50th anniversary of "Earthrise" is the perfect opportunity to think about sending Earth's life to the stars.
Elon Musk's Bacteria-Covered Space Car May Be a 'Biothreat'
“The load of bacteria on the Tesla could be considered a biothreat—or a backup copy of life on Earth.”
Forget Boston Dynamics’ Robot Dogs: Purdue’s Microbots Are the Real Nightmare
The microTUMs are coming.
White supremacists are targeting college campuses for recruitment
Three Purdue Football Players Expelled In Connection with Sexual Assault Allegations, According to Law Firm
The mother of the victim said, "I would like to thank Purdue University for allowing my family to receive the closure that we needed to begin the healing process."
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Beyond Targeting: How to Make Football Safer
Brain damage is a major problem in football. There are ways to make the sport safer without compromising its essence.
This Virtual Nose Is the Latest Solution to Virtual Reality's Sickness Problem
Before virtual reality can succeed, it needs to stop making us want to barf.
The 300-Step Competitive Balloon-Popping Machine Totally Blew It
When you spend six months and 5,000 hours perfecting a "300-step, Guinness Record-breaking Rube Goldberg contraption":http://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/general/2012/120331RubeNational.html, it's gotta be a bummer to come in second place to some wimpy-ass...