Locals Seafood Partners with CALS Class on New Product Launch
After trusting NC State Extension’s seafood safety expertise for years, an alumni-owned company was excited to collaborate with Clint Stevenson and his graduate students on a food safety plan for their new frozen meal.
Cooking with a Passion for Nutrition
This summer, CALS nutrition science student Tiffany Williams is creating recipe videos for a statewide culinary nutrition education program for young adults.
Exploring CRISPR and Probiotics
CALS doctoral candidate Echo Pan is working with Rodolphe Barrangou to improve probiotics using CRISPR technology.
NC State Adds Faculty Position in Food Sustainability
Assistant Professor Minliang Yang is creating global solutions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create healthier — and more sustainable — food.
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.
Pack Running Back Gains Yardage in Nutrition Science
Demarcus Jones, a running back for the NC State Wolfpack and a senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, found his passion for nutrition at a young age. He also sees his future degree as a way to stay involved with football.
Researchers Capture the Beauty of Our Weird, Wonderful World
Winners of the 2022 Envisioning Research contest, which included faculty, staff and students from CALS, help us understand, and appreciate, our world.
Through a longstanding collaboration with communities in Alaska, Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences’ Mary Ann Lila is researching the health benefits a local berry has on sled dogs.
Brewing the Next Generation of Beer Experts
As the new manager of the Wolfpack Brewing Lab, lecturer Sebastian Wolfrum brings years of international experience to the new Brewing Science and Technology Minor offered through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Could Plasma Be a Sustainable Solution for Sanitation?
Imagine never having to worry about washing your produce before you eat it.