You Decide: Is It Really 2030?
Business trends economists were predicting for the next 10 years are happening now. What are they, and how are they working in the current environment?
Animal Sciences’ Holt Gets Support from Chancellor’s Innovation Fund
Jonathan Holt, Department of Animal Science, and James Martin, Department of Chemistry, have teamed up to create CarboZn, which encapsulates a mineral form of zinc in cellulose that can be added to feed.
Don’t Plant Unsolicited Seeds From China
Many people have received unsolicited packages from China labeled as containing earrings, but actually containing seeds. DO NOT plant these seeds as they could be a pathway for the introduction of invasive species, insects, and plant diseases.
Extension Fills Field Day Void
NC Extension agents like Jenny Carleo are tapping video technology to fill the void of canceled field day gatherings. It’s a new, timely skill set that agents are scrambling to master for their clients’ benefit.
Applying Insights from Ecology and Evolutionary Biology to the Management of Cancer
Professor Rob Dunn sits with Dr. Athena Aktipis to discuss how the secret to treating cancer may lie in the evolutionary biology of all multi-cellular organisms.
Student Turns Challenging Circumstance into Opportunity for Growth
Despite facing disappointment after a cancelled summer internship, Kailee decided to use her time to help others face the pandemic as well as boost her entrepreneurial skills.
Economic Perspective: Recovery In Goods Versus Services
There's usually a common trend in recessions between spending on goods and services. Has that trend followed in this current recession?
Returning to Farming’s Roots in the Battle Against the ‘Billion-Dollar Beetle’
A new study by entomologists at the University of Arizona in collaboration with CALS' associate professor Zack Brown reaffirms the importance of crop rotation and diversification in combating the western corn rootworm’s resistance to biotech crops.
Curious, Creative, Connected, Caring
Throughout his NC State career, engineer Mike Boyette has used these four Cs as a guide for transforming North Carolina agriculture and cultivating a cadre of alumni committed to making a difference.
The Future of North Carolina Agriculture
Farmers are the backbone of North Carolina’s $92.7 billion agriculture and agribusiness industry. What opportunities do industry leaders see as keys to a successful future? And how are NC State Extension and research helping position them to make the most of those opportunities? Learn more in the latest episode of Farms, Food and You.