A research team has demonstrated that engineered, self-assembled block polymer membranes enables more efficient, low-cost water treatment and desalination.
Researchers are working on interdisciplinary teams to address the challenge of water infrastructure in jeopardy across the country.
After a commercial fishing ban, Purdue University scientists lead a study finding quick recovery of Lake Michigan yellow perch maturation schedules.
A group of researchers led in part by Purdue University says that there is a large lack of data when it comes to modeling biodiversity loss.
Using the Wabash Sampling Blitz as a test case, a Purdue University study finds the usefulness of water quality data gathered by citizen scientists.
A Purdue University professor’s theory on the forces driving dry landslides is proven right after more than 35 years.
Michigan DNR researchers lead an effort to assess four Saginaw Bay reef sites ahead of possible restoration work to support fish spawning habitat.
A new study shows the importance of understanding how American river water is used, according to a Purdue University press release. University scientists used Indiana’s Wabash River in their study. They discovered that nearly almost all of...
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant and LimnoTech team up to launch a new data buoy in Lake Michigan that will aid Chicago beachgoers and Great Lakes researchers.
Despite the onset of a warmer, drier climate in northern China, a new study suggests that increased farming is responsible for drying soil in one of the nation’s vital agricultural regions, according to a Purdue University press...
Scientists at Purdue University find that the flushing protocol put in place after the Elk River chemical spill in January 2014 was not based on scientific evidence.
Experts at Purdue University are teaming up with three Indiana zoos to improve the survival odds of year-old hellbender salamanders, according to a release from the school. Hellbenders are North America’s largest salamander and are most vulnerable...