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Exploratory Studies, what a great program! Led by Director Susan Aufderheide (photo via link)

Exploratory Studies, what a great program! Led by Director Susan Aufderheide (photo via link)

Purdue’s cancer research is amazing. This is another story I’m proud of, featuring W. Andy Tao, Professor of Biochemistry. (photo via Purdue Department of Chemistry page)

Purdue’s cancer research is amazing. This is another story I’m proud of, featuring W. Andy Tao, Professor of Biochemistry. (photo via Purdue Department of Chemistry page)

Host-A-Boiler -- a great way to help out a student and add a rewarding experience to your own! (photo via HostABoiler linked site)

Host-A-Boiler -- a great way to help out a student and add a rewarding experience to your own! (photo via HostABoiler linked site)

The new Hoosier Heavy Hybrid Center of Excellence is funded with a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Graduate Automotive Technology Education initiative. (Purdue University photo/Mark Simons)

The new Hoosier Heavy Hybrid Center of Excellence is funded with a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Graduate Automotive Technology Education initiative. (Purdue University photo/Mark Simons)

Such a cool article! David Gleich, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, really does make math sound fun. (photo via Purdue University/Rebecca Wilcox)

Such a cool article! David Gleich, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, really does make math sound fun. (photo via Purdue University/Rebecca Wilcox)

Katie Clayton tests food products for entrepreneurs like Brad Niemeier (in background) who want to sell at farmers markets and other venues. Clayton, a Purdue Extension food science outreach specialist, conducts pH and water activity tests to make sure products are safe from bacteria. After making some adjustments in the proportion of ingredients, Niemeier received the green light to bottle Azzip sauce developed for his new pizzeria. (Purdue Agricultural Communication photo/Tom Campbell)

Katie Clayton tests food products for entrepreneurs like Brad Niemeier (in background) who want to sell at farmers markets and other venues. Clayton, a Purdue Extension food science outreach specialist, conducts pH and water activity tests to make sure products are safe from bacteria. After making some adjustments in the proportion of ingredients, Niemeier received the green light to bottle Azzip sauce developed for his new pizzeria. (Purdue Agricultural Communication photo/Tom Campbell)

I love our environment and this Greenland article blew my mind! (Scientist say, it wasn’t always covered in ice.) Marc Caffee, Professor of Physics and Astronomy. (photo via Purdue University/John Underwood)

I love our environment and this Greenland article blew my mind! (Scientist say, it wasn’t always covered in ice.) Marc Caffee, Professor of Physics and Astronomy. (photo via Purdue University/John Underwood)

Bruce Applegate, Purdue associate professor in the Department of Food Science, and collaborators from Purdue and the University of Tennessee - extending milk shelf life. (photo via Purdue Agriculture Communication photo/Tom Campbell)

Bruce Applegate, Purdue associate professor in the Department of Food Science, and collaborators from Purdue and the University of Tennessee - extending milk shelf life. (photo via Purdue Agriculture Communication photo/Tom Campbell)

Gozdem Kilaz - professor in Engineering Technology (photo via PU/Mark Simons)

Gozdem Kilaz - professor in Engineering Technology (photo via PU/Mark Simons)

Purdue Society of Professional Engineers = Rube Goldberg national champions 2015 (photo via @PSPE_Rubeteam)

Purdue Society of Professional Engineers = Rube Goldberg national champions 2015 (photo via @PSPE_Rubeteam)

Boilermaker Station open in PMU - open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm and other hours as scheduled. A hub of connectivity for alumni, students and families, and the community. (photo via Rebecca Gibson)

Boilermaker Station open in PMU - open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm and other hours as scheduled. A hub of connectivity for alumni, students and families, and the community. (photo via Rebecca Gibson)

Molecular beam epitaxy system in the Manfra laboratories at Discovery Park (photo via Purdue University/Rebecca Wilcox)

Molecular beam epitaxy system in the Manfra laboratories at Discovery Park (photo via Purdue University/Rebecca Wilcox)

Baby Sleep Day is happening today, March 1st! Love seeing this great research from Purdue. Read more by clicking on the picture of Assistant Professor, A.J. Schwichtenberg, of human development and family studies. Schwichtenberg is a member of the Pediatric Sleep Council, which is launching Baby Sleep Day. (photo via linked article)

Baby Sleep Day is happening today, March 1st! Love seeing this great research from Purdue. Read more by clicking on the picture of Assistant Professor, A.J. Schwichtenberg, of human development and family studies. Schwichtenberg is a member of the Pediatric Sleep Council, which is launching Baby Sleep Day. (photo via linked article)

Rebecca Kramer, Asst Prof ME - her work with NASA includes soft robotics (photo - Purdue University photo/Rebecca Wilcox)

Rebecca Kramer, Asst Prof ME - her work with NASA includes soft robotics (photo - Purdue University photo/Rebecca Wilcox)

Haley Oliver - Associate Professor in Food Science, Food Safety. This article made me think more about food quality and safety not being just how it looks! (photo - Purdue Agricultural Communication/Tom Campbell)

Haley Oliver - Associate Professor in Food Science, Food Safety. This article made me think more about food quality and safety not being just how it looks! (photo - Purdue Agricultural Communication/Tom Campbell)

NanoDays start tonight! Rain or shine, it’s inside. There is still room to register for tonight, if you’re a Girl Scout. (photo via link)

NanoDays start tonight! Rain or shine, it’s inside. There is still room to register for tonight, if you’re a Girl Scout. (photo via link)