Sunflower Pollen Has Medicinal, Protective Effects on Bees
With bee populations in decline, a new study offers hope for a relatively simple mechanism to promote bee health and well-being: providing bees access to sunflowers.
Peru Partnership Focuses on Aquaculture, Fisheries
A new partnership with Peru will open doors for the country’s aquaculture and fisheries industries while providing unique opportunities for faculty and students.
You Decide: What is the Path of Hurricane Recovery?
With the storm behind us, the recovery process is already in full effect. What does the path to recovery look like for the hard-hit areas of our state?
Faculty Focus: The Peanut Scientist
Award-winning CALS plant scientist Tom Stalker is known as one of the world's leading peanut scientists. The breeding lines he's developed are used around the world and right here in North Carolina.
Economic Perspective: State Regulatory Review
Government regulation and deregulation is an ongoing matter in the political world. How has North Carolina been acting in that field over time?
Unearthing Plant Problems – Using Sensors
Tiny sensors that detect and diagnose plant diseases fast enough for farmers to save their crops are becoming a reality at NC State, where engineers and plant scientists are making award-winning progress.
Studying Water Management In Europe
Before last summer, Biological and Agricultural Engineering senior Sam Blackman had never left the United States.
Bob Franks Appointed Head of Plant and Microbial Biology
Dean Richard Linton has announced a new department head for Plant and Microbial Biology: Robert Franks.
Executive Farm Management Program Expanding in 2019
An Executive Farm Management Program that started in North Carolina is expanding to the entire Southeast.
“I Was Hooked:” Poultry Science’s Outstanding Young Alumni Winner Zack Lowman
Four years after leaving PDPS with both bachelors and masters degrees plus a Ph.D., it’s easy to see why Lowman was just named one of CALS’ 2018 Outstanding Young Alumni.