Getting to the Genetic Root of Stem Cells
NC State scientists find faster ways to identify the complex gene interactions that make stem cell renewal and differentiation in plants possible.
Student Spotlight: Mike Jones and the Economics of Cutting-Edge Ag Technology
The academic journey of Ph.D. student Mike Jones spans Peruvian potato fields and the irrigated deserts of Syria to NC State’s campus, where he investigates the impacts and public perception of cutting-edge agricultural technology.
Economic Perspective: Choosing The Best College
High school students consider various factors when picking a college. From an economic viewpoint, what are the most important?
You Decide: Can Debates Over Tax Changes Be Resolved?
Changes to the tax rates are a loaded topic. Here, economist Dr. Mike Walden helps break down some of debates for how changes could affect the economy.
Economic Perspective: Potential Impact Of Meat Substitutes
For a long time, scientists have talked about the development of synthetic meat. What could the impact of a growing synthetic meat market mean?
Stakeholders, University Celebrate Plant Sciences Partnership
Agricultural leaders planted their stakes, literally, in the ground on NC State’s Centennial Campus, as they marked the commitments they've made to the North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative.
NC State Strengthens Partnership With Industries Both Near and Far
A two-day workshop brought together representatives from NC State's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the Belgian research institute VIB and RTP agricultural and life sciences organizations. Participants discussed transcending scientific disciplines and focusing on collaboration.
Salumi 101 Teaches Art, Science of Artisan Meat-Making
Anyone with a passion for learning about the art and science of crafting high-quality artisan meat products will benefit from attending Salumi 101, a unique hands-on workshop offered this winter at NC State.
Lost and Found
A cyanobacterial strain with an intriguing backstory could have an even more remarkable future, because the organism produces possible anticancer agents. Two NC State University scientists team up to find out how.
Making Hay: 4-H’ers Use Hay Bales to Spread Messages of Fun and Learning
What do fidget spinners, wise owls and gumball machines have in common? They are among the symbols young people used at the State Fair this year to spread the 4-H message.