Meadows and Henson’s Research Highlighted in Greenhouse Grower Newsletter
Phytophthora root rot and stem blight affects more than 100 of the most popular and commonly grown landscape perennials and annuals, including annual vinca, petunia, and daylily, throughout the U.S. and worldwide.
NC State Postdoc Receives Prestigious NIH Award
NC State postdoc Zach DeVries receives a prestigious award from the National Institutes of Health.
Entomology Faculty to be Awarded at ESA Annual Meeting
Both awards will be presented at the ESA meeting in St. Louis during the P-IE Networking Session starting at 2:30 pm on Monday, November 18.
2019 APS Conference Award Winners
Awards were presented at the 2019 APS Conference in Cleveland, Ohio from August 8th -12th and included fellow, excellence, named, foundation, and student travel awards.
Tobacco Plant ‘Stickiness’ Aids Helpful Insects, Plant Health
Researchers at North Carolina State University have shown that “sticky” hairlike structures on tobacco leaves can help attract beneficial insects that scavenge on other insects trapped on the leaves, increasing leaf yield and reducing pest damage to plant structures.
Peter Ojiambo promoted to Full Professor
Congratulations to Peter Ojiambo on his promotion to Full Professor
Plant Pathology alumnus, Zoila Gloria Abad, received Fellow Award from the ISPP at the International Congress of Plant Pathology 2018
Dr. Gloria Abad received a Fellow Award at the International Congress of Plant Pathology 2018 meeting of the International Society of Plant Pathology (ISPP) from President, Greg Johnson and incoming President, Jan Leach.
2018 BASF Science Competition Winners
A cross-pollination between electrical engineers and plant scientists at NC State proved itself as BASF Corporation selected a graduate student team from North Carolina State University as the winner of its fourth annual North American Science Competition.
“Drawers, Jars and Databases: Teaching the Hidden Science of Natural History Museums”
Bob Blinn, Marc Cubeta, Kathryn Hanser (Entomology and Plant Pathology), Kathryn Green (Science Education) and Alexander Krings (Plant and Microbial Biology) recently particpated in an educational workshop for North and South Carolina middle and high school biology/environmental science teachers on […]
Scott Lab Research Featured During Visit from Central American Officials
At NC State, Dr. Max Scott and his lab are engineering transgenic strains of sheep blowfly, which is a pest species in Australia but also serves as model system for the New World screwworm, a closely related blowfly.