Stories From 2023
Keeping the Bees Buzzing
In this episode of Farms, Food and You, learn about honey bee health, the honey bee’s role in agriculture, and NC State’s bee research and outreach programs.
Newcomers May Change Ecosystem Functions – Or Not
Caddisfly study shows resident species can continue managing ecological processes when similar newcomers move in, but their role changes when newcomers are different.
Study Finds Carrying Pollen Heats Up Bumble Bees, Raising New Climate Change Questions
The study raises questions about how bee species will be impacted by a warmer world due to climate change.
Science Communicator Makes a Splash
Whether she’s teaching students or swimming with sharks, Michelle Jewell with the Department of Applied Ecology finds inspiring ways to share science.
Watch the Applied Ecology Minors’ Research Symposium
Congratulations to all of our undergraduate minors for their impressive research and presentations!
Study Finds Significant Variation in Anatomy of Human Guts
Researchers found significant variation in the anatomy of the human digestive system, with pronounced differences possible between healthy individuals.
Nature’s Chefs: Scientists Propose Food-Making as Means of Understanding Species Interactions
Researchers are proposing a new way to think of some interactions between species, classifying a variety of plants, animals and fungi as “nature’s chefs.”
Sustaining Iconic Fish
While at NC State, Matt Damiano studied the sustainability of mahi-mahi, black sea bass and Atlantic cobia in the Department of Applied Ecology.
Brewing a Greater Good: NC State, 321 Coffee Launch Co-branded Coffee
Alumni Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans are bringing 321 Coffee back to NC State in a big way. Get the details on the co-branded coffee, Greater Good.
Bike Month Kick-Off Event, April 18
May is Bike Month but we will have a kick-off event on Tuesday, April 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Brickyard. Come…