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Dr. Niyogi co-authors study analyzing extreme rainfall in Indian cities

Dr. Niyogi co-authors study analyzing extreme rainfall in Indian cities
01-31-2017

Dr. Niyogi, in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, has determined that rapidly urbanizing areas on the Indian subcontinent are more likely than established cities to experience extreme rainfall events during the summer monsoon season.

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Research team including Dr. Melosh to create Extraterrestrial Habitat Engineering program

Research team including Dr. Melosh to create Extraterrestrial Habitat Engineering program
01-11-2017

The first New Horizons grant has been awarded by Purdue University to a team of researchers, including Dr. Melosh, proposing to create a program in Extraterrestrial Habitat Engineering – believed to be the first such university program.

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EAPS Alumnus Dr. Feustel Assigned to International Space Station

EAPS Alumnus Dr. Feustel Assigned to International Space Station
01-11-2017

Dr. Feustel has been assigned to his first long-duration mission.

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Dr. Tanamachi receives Violet Haas Fellowship

Dr. Tanamachi receives Violet Haas Fellowship
12-09-2016

Assistant Professor Robin Tanamachi has been awarded the 2016 Violet Haas Fellowship.

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Insights magazine features EAPS Outreach augmented reality sandbox

Insights magazine features EAPS Outreach augmented reality sandbox
12-08-2016

Insights magazine, a regular publication by Purdue's College of Science, has featured EAPS Outreach's Augmented Reality Sandbox.

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