Streamlining Biofuel Fermentation Processes
Undergraduate student Erin Cooper likes making things more efficient, easier and faster. She’s working with advisor Dr. Mari Chinn to streamline ethanol fermentation using biomass sorghum as a starting material.
New Mobile Poultry Service to Help Non-Commercial Owners
The mobile clinic is part service to a growing community, part boots-on-the-ground training for farm animal veterinarians.
Water Collaborative Makes Waves
Amid rising global concerns about water-related issues, a faculty-driven effort at NC State draws from a deep well of expertise to find and deliver solutions.
Target: Healthy, Strong Bee Populations
Mario Simon Pinilla-Gallego's research focuses on understanding gut pathogens in bees to maintain healthy and strong pollinator populations.
Researching Climate Change Effects in Costa Rica
Applied Ecology student Ana Meza Salazar is looking at how climate change might alter stream ecosystems in Costa Rica via acidification.
How Do You Count Fish in a Creek?
Counting fish in a quickly flowing creek or river presents some obvious challenges. As any angler will tell you, most fish are pretty good at not being caught. So how can scientists reliably count fish in these ecosystems?
Addressing Industry Challenges
BAE alumni Matthew Parker, Ben Cauthen, Alex Greeson, Ben Cranfill and Will Marsh created the Pine Bine to address labor problems plaguing the underdeveloped pine straw industry. The entrepreneurs' project is now in a national innovation competition.
Teaching and Learning Beyond Campus: Poultry Processing
Pat Curtis and Rasha Qudsieh think outside the box when teaching poultry process and products. From field trips to baking, students applied what they were learning.
Citizen Scientists Help Solve Ant Enigma
Where did these ants come from, anyway?
An Opportunity to Learn and Lead
Rachel Walter's summer 2019 internship was a great experience that has poised her for greater positions of responsibility in the future.