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Professor Qi Zhou honored with University Faculty Scholar award

4/12/2024

Finding the Catalyst for a More Sustainable Future

4/10/2024

Special report: Solar eclipse path of totality

4/9/2024

Purdue University campus pauses to soak up 2024 solar eclipse, experiencing near totality

4/9/2024

Trustees approve faculty promotions

4/5/2024

Purdue students illuminate high schoolers on eclipse

4/3/2024

Physicists Discover a Quantum State With a New Type of Emergent Particles: Six-Flux Composite Fermions

4/2/2024

United Kingdom Invests in DOE’s Electron-Ion Collider Project to Understand Matter at the Smallest Scale

3/29/2024

Paul Corkum: Attosecond Science

3/27/2024

Jupiter’s icy moon may be the next place humans find life, but first, they need to understand the structure of the moon

3/25/2024

Why Magnets are Quantum Materials

3/14/2024

Purdue researchers see possible link with dog, human cancer treatments

3/11/2024

What are the Webb and Hubble telescopes looking at right now? Find out with these new NASA tools

3/11/2024

Purdue Physicists share in $200M Department of Energy Award to upgrade CERN’s CMS detector 

3/8/2024

A New Frontier in Cancer Treatment: Understanding Chemoresistance

3/4/2024

'Anybody's bucket list': April's total solar eclipse selling out hotels in central Indiana

2/29/2024

Boilermakers given rare opportunity to send two crews on back-to-back Mars Desert Research Station missions

2/29/2024

Why do leap years have 366 days?

2/29/2024

Purdue College of Science team’s quantum optics discovery featured in Nature Physics

2/28/2024

What happens during a total solar eclipse? | Purdue astronomer Danny Milisavljevic

2/28/2024

2024 Faculty and Staff Awards

2/26/2024

New Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Tiancong Zhu

2/26/2024

Physicists discover a quantum state with a new type of emergent particles: Six-flux composite fermions

2/26/2024

Purdue physicists discover a quantum state with a new type of emergent particles: six-flux composite fermions

2/19/2024

Why does a leap year have 366 days?

2/19/2024

Purdue researchers edge closer to delivering personalized medicine to cancer patients

2/8/2024

New Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Valentin Walther

1/23/2024

Quantum Research Sciences receives U.S. Air Force’s first Quantum Computing Phase III contract

1/19/2024

Mercury traced to particular cell types in brains of mammals

1/16/2024

Seeking supernovas

1/16/2024

Stellar forensics: Clearest ever look at Cassiopeia A sheds light into the heart of an exploding star

1/9/2024
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