Entomology graduate students at NC State teach the public about bugs and improve their science communication skills at outreach events.
Study Elucidates Evolution of Mosquitoes and Their Hosts
Study creates a mosquito family tree to better understand disease transmission and host choice.
Four Students Receive First Graduate Student Endowment for N.C. PSI
Four graduate students have been awarded the inaugural Norma L. Trolinder N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative Graduate Student Endowment.
Alejandra Huerta Champions Diversity in STEM Education
Alejandra Huerta’s passion for agriculture and plant pathology research matches her advocacy for diversity in STEM education and leadership roles.
Get Curious with Urban Entomologists
On this episode of the Farms, Food and You podcast, learn why the creepy crawlies in our cities are important to the ecosystem.
From Ideas to Solutions
Six projects secured support from the Chancellor’s Innovation Fund this year, and for the first time in the fund’s history, awardees will receive supplemental resources through local entrepreneur and investor Bill Spruill’s 2ndF Research Commercialization Fund.
Express Grants Tackle 3D Scanning Technology
Two DELTA Express Grants helped courses in the Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology expand content capture services and leverage the use of 3D objects in the classroom.
Male Moth ‘Aphrodisiac’ Revealed
Study reveals for the first time a powerful pheromone chemical used by males moths to entice females.
Bacterium Associated With Disease Found in N.C. Chiggers
The disease, scrub typhus, presents symptoms similar to Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Meet Pollinators That Flap, Creep or Scurry
Bees take center stage during National Pollinator Month. But did you know that not all pollinators buzz?