Using Different Flours for Sourdough Fosters Different Bacteria – and Flavors
Using different types of flour fosters distinct bacterial communities, which contribute to the variation of sourdough aromas and flavors.
Survey: Tourists’ Long-Term Plans More Uncertain Under Climate Change
Findings from a new study suggest that climate change could impact not only the total number of tourists visiting a place, but also the timing and duration – factors that could be important for tourism-related staffing and revenue.
NC State Hosts Integrative Sciences Building Groundbreaking
NC State will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the Integrative Sciences Building on Friday, September 8 from 2-3 p.m. on the Brickyard on Main Campus. All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend.
The Beauty of Research
Whether photographing scientists at work in the field or offering insights into the microscopic structure of living things, research images convey aspects of the world we struggle to describe with words alone. The winners of the 2023 Envisioning Research contest showcase the scope of research being done at NC State. The contest is a collaborative effort…
Timing of Turkey Nesting May Not Shift With Changing Climate
A new study led by NC State researchers finds eastern wild turkeys in the South are unlikely to make meaningful changes in the timing of when they begin nesting, even under climate change.
Is Our Phosphorus Use Sustainable? Most Stakeholders Doubt It
The study underscores the complex challenges facing efforts to ensure our continued access to a critical agricultural and industry resource.
Response to Supreme Court Decision
The following is a statement from NC State University in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision. Read the full statement here.
How Studying Poop May Help Us Boost White Rhino Populations
Researchers have identified significant differences in the gut microbiome of female southern white rhinos who are reproducing successfully in captivity, as compared to females who have not reproduced successfully.
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.”