News in 2015
EAPS professor goes "Inside the Mega-Twister"
A Man of Education and Science: Prof Krockover Gives Back to the Dept
Mild and dry weather expected initially this winter in Indiana
An ammonia-water slurry may swirl below Pluto's icy surface
Study: Flood models need to include cities' impact on rainfall
Research Experience Realized
EAPS Astronaut meets "The Martian"
EAPS professor in documentary from Smithsonian
National Geographic interviewed EAPS professor for documentary
EAPS Honors 2015 Outstanding Alumni Awardees
Harbor receives honorary doctorate from Stockholm University
EAPS professor will use an array of colors to study the Red Planet
Haliburton software donation
EAPS Professor interviewed at water seminar
Research: Existing crop models can forecast yield in uncertain climate conditions
Indiana's hit or miss summer
Purdue Alumnus new CEO of Devon Energy Group
Purdue leading in supercomputing systems
June-July rainfall in Indiana not a record, but it's close.
With NASA's New Horizons, Purdue looks to Pluto
First photo of Pluto
Farming is driving force in drying soil in Northern China
Purdue researchers part of volcanic eruptions study
Dr. Harbor has a new appointment
Dr. Tanamachi on the TWC
Smith Insights newsletter
Where did the Moon come from?
What do craters, meteorites and the history of our solar system tell us?
A Fossil Fuel Free World is Possible: How to Power a Warming Earth Without Oil, Coal and Nuclear
EAPS Alumnus Receives Fulbright Award
NASA ESS Fellowship Recipients
EAPS Distinguished Science Alumni Recipient - Rick Knabb
EAPS Prof. Tim Filley talks Twitter and extreme weather tracking with NPR
2015 New EAPS Faculty
Prof. Darryl Granger and his team uses new instrument for dating