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News in 2022

Rare deep earth diamond reveals trapped secrets of the Earth’s interior
09/28/2022

Learn why the 2022 hurricane season has taken off
09/27/2022

NASA mission that could save humanity
09/23/2022

The US Is Measuring Extreme Heat Wrong
09/22/2022

Talking climate change, arctic crocodiles, tropical heat death, and climate whack-a-mole with Matthew Huber
09/15/2022

College of Science Outreach helping sixth graders live-stream (literally) along the mighty Wabash
09/13/2022

Ilana Bromberg awarded INSGC graduate fellowship
09/12/2022

How Drought and War Are Really Affecting the Global Food Supply
09/9/2022

Ancient ice volcanoes may have stained Pluto's moon blood red
09/7/2022

Lucy Flesch awarded the 2022 AGU Paul G. Silver Award for Outstanding Scientific Service
09/6/2022

Purdue professor talks about significance of NASA’s return to moon
09/2/2022

LOCAL Countdown to Saturday’s launch of Artemis I
09/2/2022

Eighteen Faculty at Purdue University Recognized for Early Career Success
09/2/2022

Why pummeled planets may be promising abodes for alien life
08/31/2022

The red planet is not all red. One of its craters is hiding strange green rocks
08/31/2022

The sands of Mars are green as well as red, rover Perseverance discovers
08/26/2022

NASA's Perseverance Makes New Discoveries in Mars' Jezero Crater
08/25/2022

Ezra Speaking speaks to EAPS about weather
08/25/2022

Breaking in a new planet
08/18/2022

Remembering Nik Christensen
08/18/2022

Remembering Professor Atilla Aydin
08/18/2022

EAPS alumnus is co-host and judge on “Richard Hammond’s Crazy Contraptions,” an overseas gameshow about Rube Goldberg Machines
08/12/2022

Scientists are closing in on the cause of volcanic super-eruptions
08/11/2022

Blushing moon could reveal secrets of planetary bodies and their red-colored regions
08/10/2022

Why some heatwaves prove deadlier than others
08/8/2022

Parts of the moon may provide stable temperatures for humans, researchers find
08/8/2022

Heat waves explained: Why some heat waves are worse than others
08/8/2022

Lasers, landscape and lost magnetic fields
08/8/2022

Laser Marking on Mars
07/27/2022

What Happens If the World Gets Too Hot for Animals to Survive?
07/25/2022

What happens if the world gets too hot for animals to survive?
07/20/2022

The Mysteriously Low Death Toll of the Heat Waves in India and Pakistan
07/18/2022

Purdue professors involved in Mars rover missions
07/12/2022

New dating method shatters our understanding of human evolution
07/11/2022

MEERTALK with Dr. Dan Cziczo
07/8/2022

Purdue professor, international research team make million-year discovery
07/8/2022

Can you imagine being so old, scientists were wrong about your age by nearly one million years?
07/8/2022

Fossils in the Cradle of Humankind site reignite debate over origins of humans
07/7/2022

Ancient human fossils found in the 'Cradle of Humankind' are a million years older than expected
07/6/2022

Fossils: Cave woman one million years older than thought
07/5/2022

Ancient humans at Cradle of Humankind are a million years older than we thought
07/5/2022

GSA names Nathaniel Lifton a 2022 Fellow
07/1/2022

Fossils From The Cradle Of Civilization May Be Much Older Than Originally Thought
06/30/2022

Early human fossils found in cave are a million years older than expected
06/28/2022

'Cradle of Humankind' Fossils Are 1 Million Years Older Than We Thought, Scientists Say
06/28/2022

Fossils in the ‘Cradle of Humankind’ may be more than a million years older than previously thought
06/27/2022

A “fake Mars” on the Purdue campus yields ORAU award for EAPS professor
06/27/2022

Leading ‘instrumental’ research on Mars: Purdue EAPS welcomes new faculty member Roger Wiens
06/17/2022

Moshammat (Moe) Mijjum awarded INSGC graduate fellowship
06/16/2022

Understanding eruptions: how can we determine which volcanoes pose the greatest threat?
06/15/2022

How Extreme Heat Kills, Sickens, Strains and Ages Us
06/14/2022

Analysis of Mars Audio Reveals Different Rules for Sound on the Red Planet
06/10/2022

Salt may be the key to life on Earth and beyond
06/6/2022

Perseverance: Nasa rover begins key drive to find life on Mars
05/19/2022

Purdue alum's TV show features Rube Goldberg machines
05/9/2022

Purdue professor helps put 'ears' on Mars Perseverance rover
05/5/2022

NASA discovery earns Eagle ‘full ride’ National Science Foundation Fellowship
05/2/2022

Drones are here to stay. Academia is helping make that safe
04/29/2022

10 Years of Planetary Science Special Seminar: Dr. Bill McKinnon
04/22/2022

Hot Springs Suggest How the Tibetan Plateau Became the Roof of the World
04/20/2022

In its visit to Psyche, NASA hopes to glimpse the center of the Earth
04/20/2022

Scientists come up with fresh take on moon mystery
04/18/2022

Dr. Bin Wang awarded Distinguished Science Alumni by Purdue University
04/18/2022

Purdue professor: Meteor caused explosion-like noise
04/5/2022

Planetary scientist helps equip rover Perseverance with 4 of the 5 human senses
04/5/2022

Researchers Discovers Importance of Carbon Cycle in Predicting Climate Change
04/5/2022

What Sounds Captured by NASA’s Perseverance Rover Reveal About Mars
04/1/2022

‘Big boom’ in Southern Indiana believed to be a meteor explosion
04/1/2022

Tornadoes, climate change and why Dixie is the new Tornado Alley
04/1/2022

Mounds of ice in craters give new insight into Mars' past climate
04/1/2022

Where is Tornado Alley now?
04/1/2022

Dr. Elita Li earns Young Innovator Award
03/31/2022

When worlds collide: Studying impact craters to uncover the secrets of the solar system
03/31/2022

Mounds of ice in craters give new insight into Mars’ past climate
03/31/2022

Ice on Mars gives a peek into the red planet’s climate history
03/29/2022

It’s very rare for a tornado to hit New Orleans — is climate change to blame?
03/25/2022

New clues reveal the devastation the day the dinosaurs died
03/23/2022

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Is Hunting for Ancient Life
03/23/2022

NASA's Perseverance Mars rover nabs 8th rock sample on the Red Planet
03/17/2022

Controversial impact crater under Greenland’s ice is surprisingly ancient
03/14/2022

Ingenuity Helicopter Reaches 20th Flight On Mars
03/4/2022

Purdue Graduate Diversity Visitation Program (GDVP) is now accepting applicants through April
03/1/2022

Purdue Global Provost Jon Harbor honored by American Association of Geographers
02/28/2022

A year after landing on Mars, Perseverance rover sets sights on intriguing new target
02/25/2022

2022 Faculty and Staff Awards
02/24/2022

NASA's Perseverance rover marks its first year hunting for past life on Mars
02/24/2022

Purdue EAPS Professor awarded NSF CAREER Award for tornado research
02/22/2022

Geochemistry professor named a 2022 Sloan Research Fellow
02/22/2022

Psyche Isn’t Pure Iron Asteroid, New Research Suggests
02/18/2022

A year on Mars & the gift of space
02/18/2022

Evidence of giant asteroid strike may be buried under Wyoming
02/17/2022

'Bizarre' Psyche Asteroid may be less heavy metal, and more hard rock
02/16/2022

Purdue geochemistry professor named 2022 Sloan Fellow
02/16/2022

The Search for Life on Mars - Live Stream
02/16/2022

2022 Sloan Research Fellows
02/16/2022

Purdue professor, Perseverance member preparing for year two as rover mission reaches landing anniversary
02/16/2022

InnovatED Magazine features Purdue EAPS student on cover
01/31/2022

Neural Networks Can Identify Carbon Dioxide in Seismic Observations
01/28/2022

The Winter Olympics and the true cost of fake snow dominating our slopes: ‘It’s more dangerous now’
01/24/2022

Perseverance’s first year on Mars: Purdue professor, mission team member looks at what is ahead
01/24/2022

Mysterious purple coating found on Mars rocks
01/13/2022

Major multidisciplinary research partnership with Peruvian university begins third phase
01/6/2022

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