Kleiner Receives NIH Grant to Study Intestinal Microbiomes
Manuel Kleiner receives prestigious NIH grant to study intestinal microbe interactions.
Faculty Focus: Buckel Inducted into Research Leadership Academy
Jeff Buckel studies economically and ecologically important fish to ensure good fishing for decades to come. He was one of six professors inducted into the University’s Research Leadership Academy in 2020. The Research Leadership Academy is focused on supporting the professional development of NC State research faculty.
BAE’s Nelson Awarded National Academies’ 2020 Early-Career Research Fellowship
Natalie Nelson, assistant professor in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department, won a 2020 Early-Career Research Fellowship from the Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
Ken Anderson: The Good Egg
Ken Anderson’s work as a poultry scientist hasn’t been glamorous, but he's had an incredible impact on an industry important in North Carolina and beyond.
Study Could Lead to Power Over Parasite
Researchers find genetic targets for controlling the New World screwworm, a deadly insect pest that feeds on livestock, wildlife, pets and even humans in the Western Hemisphere.
The Economic Impact of Microwave Processing: From Greene County to Kenya
Josip Simunovic has a passion for improving the world. One food product at a time. His microwave processing technology to turn ugly produce into long-lasting puree has had a major economic impact on communities from eastern North Carolina to Kenya.
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.
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.
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.