Department Congratulates 7 New Graduates
Please join us in congratulating the group below on their hard work and wonderful accomplishments: Yaken Ameen, MS, Plant Pathology Kimberly D’Arcangelo, PhD, Plant Pathology Alexandra DeYonke, MS, Entomology Roger Lawrie, PhD, Entomology and Toxicology J. Christina Mitchell, PhD, Entomology […]
William (Bill) Campbell Colleague and Peanut Specialist Passes
William “Bill” Campbell passed away on December 1, 2021, at the age of 97. Bill was born in Chester, South Carolina in 1924 and graduated from Maury High School in Norfolk, Va. He volunteered for military service two days after […]
2021 ESA Annual Meeting Awards
NC State's Entomology students were awarded at the 2021 Entomological Society of America Meeting.
A Passion for Plants and a Desire to Help Farmers
An early passion for plants set the stage for Andrew Scruggs’ career. The CALS alumnus and Bayer Crop Science employee works to test crop varieties and bring the best to farmers across the Carolinas and Tennessee.
Quesada-Ocampo Picked for ‘40 Under 40’ Honor
An NC State expert on plant diseases is honored for building a research and extension program that meets growers’ needs.
Ph.D. Candidate Camilo Parada Wins Prestigious Award
Doctoral research on soilborne diseases in sweetpotatoes attracted support from a foundation.
New Genomics Facility to Elevate NC State’s Plant Science Research
The global plant science community will soon have a new focal point for plant genetics and genomics research: the NC State University Plant Sciences Building. Learn how its new satellite Genomic Sciences Lab will help elevate our science.
Mosquito-Resistant Clothing Prevents Bites in Trials
NC State researchers created insecticide-free, mosquito-resistant clothing using bite-proof textiles they designed.
Microbes Play Role in Corn ‘Hybrid Vigor’
Tiny soil organisms have surprising effects on a crop phenomenon that generally favors hybrid over inbred plants.
Elevated Warming, Ozone Have Detrimental Effects on Plant Roots, Promote Soil Carbon Loss
Soybean plant roots weaken when placed under climate change stresses, a new study shows.