Fred Gould: My Journey to Interdisciplinary Research
Fred Gould shares his journey from graduate school to interdisciplinary research on genetically modified pests and beyond, as well as the challenges he overcame along the way.
NC State’s Lake Wheeler Road Field Lab: A Living Laboratory
The Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory is one of NC State's gems -- it's a living laboratory for real-world research, teaching and extension outreach. Learn more from Natalie Hummel of NC State's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Partner Profile: The USDA Agricultural Research Service
USDA Agricultural Research Service Administrator Chavonda Jacobs-Young is no stranger to the long partnership between NC State and the agency. The partnership benefits farmers and others in North Carolina and beyond, she says.
What FFA Taught Me as a Young Woman in Agriculture
As we celebrate 50 years of women in FFA, CALS students share how FFA and their agriculture teachers shaped them into the young women they are today.
Economic Perspective: Mini Cities
Mini cities are popping up across the country, and even some in North Carolina. What does this concept entail?
Don’t Stress: Keeping Turkeys Cool
Researchers use a new technique to optimize environmental conditions for turkeys so they don't overheat.
A Letter to Grandma
Students in Bob Patterson's crop science class come expecting an assignment -- just not this one.
Economic Perspective: Is Manufacturing Still A Leading Indicator?
The manufacturing sector has long been a leading indicator for economic health, but is that still the case?
You Decide: A Milestone to Celebrate?
The oil industry in the U.S. has been surging back in recent years, hitting a new milestone. Are there pros and cons to this rebound?
Lightning Round: Knitting Networks and Seeding Solutions
The North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative organized a lightning session on Wednesday, Nov. 13 designed to spark research collaborations to tackle grand challenges, whether they ended up being focused on plant sciences or not.