About the only thing hotter than STEM careers right now may be STEAM careers – Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Math. With little question that human talent will drive innovation in the food and agricultural sciences (and the broader life sciences), it is encouraging that approximately 3,400 undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled in the Purdue University College of Agriculture this fall – the highest number in more than 30 years.
The exacting specifications of an orthopedic implant are mind boggling, and that requires the main ingredient—the metal it consists of—to be trustworthy.
As the world’s most populous country, China must have a reliable food supply to feed its 1.3 billion citizens, and a laboratory in Indianapolis is now playing a key role to help accomplish that. Indianapolis-based Dow AgroSciences has forged its first major partnership with the Asian country to translate advancements made in other crops to a Chinese staple: rice.
Teleportation ala Star Trek—beaming a person place to place—remains science fiction, but a Purdue University researcher is developing a system for surgeons that he believes could be the next best thing.
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