Entomology graduate students at NC State teach the public about bugs and improve their science communication skills at outreach events.
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.
Controlling North Carolina’s Stinky Pests
Extension specialist Dominic Reisig and his research team are helping growers get rid of stink bugs devastating their fields.
High Degree of Influence
Nannette Smith was the first Black woman to earn a Ph.D. from NC State in 1973. What happened before and after she earned her doctorate in plant pathology? We caught up with her to find out.
Common Veterinary Drugs Show Effectiveness Against Bed Bugs
Fluralaner and ivermectin, used widely against pests like fleas and ticks, show varying levels of success in tests conducted on resurgent bed bugs.
Eureka! Industry-Changing Breakthroughs
From the food we eat, to the species we protect, to the ways we care for our bodies, North Carolina State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences continues its long tradition of transformative innovation.
Aurora Toennisson: Exploring Space and Sharing Science
When Toennisson was young, she wanted to be an astronaut. But as she learned more about life on Earth, she shifted her interests.
Three CALS Professors Named 2021 AAAS Fellows
Marc Cubeta and Shuijin Hu have been named 2021 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest scientific society.