NC State Brings Expertise, Interdisciplinarity to Galapagos Consortium
In joining the International Galapagos Science Consortium, NC State bolsters its current research and service on the archipelago.
Grad Student on Home Turf as Volunteer at U.S. Women’s Open
Brandi Merrick volunteers as a greens mower at the 77th U.S. Women’s Open golf tournament at Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club in Moore County this week. It’s a chance to follow her twin passions: turf grass and golf.
George Kennedy Honored with Outstanding Research Award, Induction into Research Leadership Academy
Six Outstanding Research Award winners, as well as four previous award winners, will be inducted into the Research Leadership Academy.
Alumna Pam Marrone’s Career Produces Bio-Ag Breakthroughs
Pam Marrone, the architect of three bio-ag startups, now coaches other entrepreneurs in the growing industry. She says a Ph.D. in entomology from NC State laid the foundation for her success.
Invasive Flies Prefer Untouched Territory When Laying Eggs
The finding raises questions about how the flies can tell whether a piece of fruit is virgin territory – and what that might mean for pest control.
If You Love Insects and Other Arthropods, We Have the Coloring Book for You
Check out the free coloring book with the best name ever: “Arthropods!”
We Modified Crops to Kill Pests, and Pests Evolved to Adapt. Now What?
What can be done to preserve pesticide resistance?
Stopping Bugs With a Taste for Art
The Gregg Museum takes a scientific approach to managing invasive pests.
Researchers Warn of Food-Web Threats From Common Insecticides
A researcher from NC State argued in PNAS for curbing the use of neonicotinoid insecticides.
Juntos Connects With Students Through Virtual Academy
A program that usually brings middle school and high school students onto campus saw success online this summer.