You Decide: How is North Carolina’s Economy at Mid-Year?
Mid-year analysis for state economies is starting to come in. How has North Carolina looked so far for 2018?
N.C. Farm School is Helping a Flower Business Bloom
Since its inception, the North Carolina Farm School has grown statewide and helped launch nearly 50 new farms in North Carolina.
Economic Perspective: Where Are the Jobs?
With talk of growth in the job market, many are wondering what industries are hiring.
Celebrating Local Food, Local Farms
North Carolina has a year-round growing season for agriculture, and the Center for Environmental Farming System's Farm to Fork initiative is celebrating that fact by spreading out its 2018 activities over several seasons.
NC Biotech: A Crown Jewel for CALS Students
The NC Biotechnology Center helps agricultural and life sciences businesses in North Carolina grow -- and it’s a tremendous resource for CALS students.
7 Things You Need to Know to be a Successful CALS Student
Classes have started, and you’re officially a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences student. Here are a few tips to help you rock your first year in CALS.
Plant Protein Complex Plays Larger Role Than Previously Known in Important Growth and Development Process
A little-studied plant cellular complex plays an essential role in a biological process – vacuole fusion – critical to plant growth and development, according to new research from North Carolina State University. The findings shed light on complex and important plant processes as well as on how plants may have adapted to respond to environmental signals.
Partner Profile: BecA-ILRI Hub
CALS researchers Linda Hanley-Bowdoin and Trino Ascencio-Ibanez launched an international partnership through the Biosciences eastern and central Africa – International Livestock Research Institute (BecA-ILRI) Hub focused on studying the evolution of Cassava mosaic disease.
Helping Hidden Hunger: Student Researcher Bonny Oloka
In his own words, Horticultural Science's Bonny Oloka explains how he hopes his sweet potato research will impact hunger in his native Uganda.
Speaking Mattamuskeet – And Saving A Research Project
Applied Ecology’s April Lamb is a graduate student researcher studying invasive carp in North Carolina’s largest natural lake – and learning to translate that research for those who need it.