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News in 2016

Dr. Tanamachi receives Violet Haas Fellowship
12/9/2016

Insights magazine features EAPS Outreach augmented reality sandbox
12/8/2016

Model for Orientale lunar basin formation published in Science
10/31/2016

EAPS Graduate Student Awarded Fellowship from National Science Foundation
10/27/2016

EAPS team finds cause of comet outbursts
10/24/2016

EAPS honors outstanding alumni
09/23/2016

Dr. Shepardson releases book on Turkey Run State Park
09/23/2016

Dr Hinze honored by Geological Society of America
09/6/2016

EAPS alumna recognized for research
08/15/2016

New center of tornado activity in U.S. detected
08/10/2016

Prof Granger part of team that discovers evidence of Great Flood in China
08/4/2016

Prof. Zhuang awarded for research
06/26/2016

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06/15/2016

Prof. Frisbee studies local effects of water scarcity
06/10/2016

Purdue watershed research featured on 'Bioenergy' cover
06/7/2016

EAPS team finds convection could produce Pluto's polygons
06/2/2016

EAPS postdoc's research on comets published in Nature
06/1/2016

EAPS Distinguished Science Alumni Recipient - Mark Longacre
05/12/2016

EAPS Professor Receives Recognition
05/10/2016

EAPS and AAE Teams Study Lunar Data on Lava Tubes
05/6/2016

Volcanic Mars-New data on Mars' ancient volcanoes revealed by EAPS team
05/2/2016

Romero Awarded NSF Fellowship
04/29/2016

EAPS Grad students honored at Graduate Teaching Excellence Celebration
04/29/2016

New AR Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering member
04/15/2016

EAPS Faculty Members Promoted
04/14/2016

Vibrations make large landslide flow like fluid
04/4/2016

Astronaut Applications Soaring
03/8/2016

CoS Faculty and Staff Recognition
03/6/2016

Cyclone forecasting for the Indian coast improved
03/1/2016

EAPS team part of national tornado study 'VORTEX Southeast'
02/29/2016

Purdue StormReady recertification part of campus safety efforts
02/19/2016

Remote predictions of fluid flow in fractures possible with new finding
02/18/2016

Prof Baldwin develops open software tool
01/15/2016

Prof. Minton Receives $1.5M in Awards
04/20/2015

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