Biochemistry Master’s Students Ahead of the Curve
Mentors, financial support, research experience and jobs are the benefits graduate students find through NC State's Interdisciplinary Biochemistry Master’s Program.
The first genome sequence in the insect order Thysanoptera sheds light on one of the world’s most costly agricultural pests, aiding scientists searching for ways to stop damage caused by the invasive western flower thrips.
Alumna Alicain Carlson Finds Purpose, Joy in Improving Floriculture
NC State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences alumna Alicain Carlson is exactly where she’s meant to be — working at Syngenta Flower, improving the vibrancy of bedding plants.
Research Station 70+ Year Partnership Leads to New Endowment
Today’s NC State weed research stems from a nearly 70-year partnership with the Sorrell-Wilkerson family, a partnership that culminated in an endowment from the Sorrell family that will permanently keep critical research property under the university’s guardianship.
Extending a Helping Hand
Across North Carolina, NC State Extension stands in the gap between high tech and high touch for the state’s citizens. Providing services to all 100 counties in “normal” times takes the tireless efforts of hundreds of NC State Extension workers.
Grant Continues Support of Crop DNA Replication Research
A new NSF grant will allow two Plant and Microbial Biology professors to continue their work of 17 years unraveling how plants control DNA replication and how this influences agronomic traits.
‘The Best Decision’
Experiences at NC State lead CALS alumna Tiayonna Liska on an unlikely path to educational entrepreneurship.
You Decide: How Will the Virus Affect Economic Development?
What sort of impacts can the response to the virus crisis have on the future state economy?
Raising Pumpkins in Hues from Orange to Blue
Whether you’re a traditionalist when it comes to pumpkins or looking for something offbeat, you can find a range of colors, thanks to NC State research.
N.C. PSI Names New Platform Directors
The North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative named four new platform directors and the interim director of operations. These leaders will guide the initiative’s research, Extension and education activities.