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.”
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…
What Do Messy Lawns Have to do With Bee Food? A Bee Expert Explains
An NC State bee expert weighs in as part of a series exploring whether the way we manage our home lawns and gardens could make a difference for pollinators.
Estuaries Face Higher Nutrient Loads in the Future – Particularly on the Atlantic Coast
The finding suggests estuaries, particularly on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, will face a heightened risk of experiencing harmful algal blooms.
60 Seconds with Skylar Hopkins
Assistant Professor of Applied Ecology
Study Underscores Lack of Diversity in Stock Photography Sites
Lack of diversity in stock photography makes it more difficult – and expensive – to create effective health education materials.
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.