Stories From 2022
Applying Ecology: CALS Graduate Lucie Ciccone
Lucie Ciccone, a fall 2022 graduate, reflects on studying zoology and ecology during a pandemic.
The Fall 2022 Biology, Ecology, and Evolution Seminar Series Re-cap
This guest post by graduate students Alex and Mumtahina re-caps this semester's BEESS sessions.
Oh, Deer! Triangle Researchers Looking into Impact of Development on Deer Population
Mikiah Carver and Nathan Hostetter's research on urban white-tailed deer was featured by CBS 17.
Ashton Merck Wins SPS Poster Award
Congratulations to Ashton Merck for receiving a poster award during P-Week!
What NC’s Growing White-Tailed Deer Population Means for Drivers, Hunting and the Species’ Survival
This feature by WUNC details Mikiah and Nathan's research on urban white-tailed deer.
Eureka! Industry-Changing Breakthroughs
From the food we eat, to the species we protect, to the ways we care for our bodies, North Carolina State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences continues its long tradition of transformative innovation.
Sweet-APPS Yielding Sweet Success
From deploying innovative sensors to creating productive relationships with stakeholders, the Sweetpotato Analytics for Produce Provenance and Scanning project has had a rewarding first two years.
Carnivore Gut Microbes Offer Insight Into Health of Wild Ecosystems
The work highlights an emerging tool that will allow researchers and wildlife managers to assess the health of wild ecosystems.
Scientists Monitor Emerging Fungal Disease in Snakes
NC State researchers track snake fungal disease in small snakes.
Scientists Track Triangle Deer to Learn How They Deal With Development
NC State researchers are tracking white-tailed deer as they move around cities, suburbs and rural areas in the Triangle.