Leadership and adventure were part of the package for two outstanding Agricultural Institute students who’ll be graduating soon.
Salty Algae Leads to Sweet Success
NC State University professor Heike Sederoff started studying saltwater algae more than a decade ago as part of a project to use algae to make biofuel. This research led to a recent paper in the journal Nature and a biofuels patent application.
New Course Aims to Seek, Destroy Pathogens in Food Processing Facilities
Professionals needing to create and implement an environmental monitoring program (EMP) can do so with ease thanks to a new course being offered at NC State.
Economic Perspective: How Did North Carolina’s Economy Do In 2019?
With 2019 coming to a close, how did North Carolina's economy perform this past year?
Horticultural Science Students Design, Build Kilgore Hall Garden
Students lead the transformation of a campus landscape.
Larry Wooten: An Extraordinary Leader
CALS alumnus Larry Wooten wraps up his career at the North Carolina Farm Bureau’s helm but promises he’ll continue to be involved in advocacy.
‘Conductor’ Gene Found in Plant Root Stem Cell ‘Orchestra’
NC State researchers identify the maestro behind stem cell division in plant roots.
You Decide: Do the Benefits and Costs of Technology Balance?
New technology tends to upset the status quo in many different industries. How do the pros and cons balance out?
New N.C. Guide Offers Strategies to Lower Rate of Overweight, Obesity
A North Carolina partnership issues a new plan to help address high rates of overweight and obesity. NC State University’s Carolyn Dunn led the effort.
Making Hand-crafted Gifts Safer
Hand-crafted gifts of infused oils, honeys, vinegars and liquors seem to be increasingly popular. But many of these artisanal concoctions could pose significant health risks.