Jun 23, 2021
As an advisor and teacher, Robin Clements gives students something she passed up in college: the opportunity to identify a job they’ll love and then skillfully pursue it.
Jun 22, 2021
What challenges do farmers face in making the best use of new technology when they lack affordable high-speed internet?
Jun 7, 2021
N.C. blueberries are a summertime treat, and NC State scientists work to make them better for farmers and consumers.
May 25, 2021
Roughly 80% of crops grown in North Carolina are shipped out of the state to be processed. What’s being done to tap the potential for food entrepreneurs to keep these commodities here?
May 21, 2021
What factors affect the types of microbes in a cat's gut? And how does that relate to their health? A first-of-its-kind study at NC State aims for answers.
May 19, 2021
A CALS associate professor will help guide market research for a national vaccine education program involving USDA-NIFA, the CDC and the Cooperative Extension System.
May 16, 2021
Five CALS faculty members are among inaugural winners of NC State's Goodnight Early Career Innovators Award.
May 13, 2021
NC State Extension has trained some 600 farmworkers in North Carolina about vaccination, especially related to COVID-19, and new federal funding will enhance the effort.
May 11, 2021
Food entrepreneur Will Kornegay used quick thinking and the support of others to turned bad timing with one business into a new venture and a chance to help others who can't always afford nutritious food.
May 4, 2021
When North Carolina State University faculty member Billy Flowers opened the door for to Charlotte Meli to help with his research, she had no idea how the much the experience would change her life.