CALS’ Own (Internationally Honored) Inventor, Professor and Food Scientist
Josip Simunovic is named a fellow of the Institute of Food Technologists for his pioneering work in aseptic processing and nutrient preservation in packaged foods.
U.S. Indoor Climate Most Similar to Northeast African Outdoors
If you’re like the American citizen scientists who reported information about their home climate, you keep your home as close as possible to the outdoor climate of west central Kenya, according to a new paper by Applied Ecology's Rob Dunn and Lauren Nichols.
NC State Plant Breeder Wins Prestigious Scott Medal
Tom Ranney and his colleagues in Mills River have developed more than 50 ornamental cultivars – trees, shrubs and flowers that have been a boon for gardeners and for North Carolina’s green industry.
Student Spotlight: Juan Ascencio Makes His Mark In Meat Contest
Juan Ascencio heads to Germany in May after winning seven medals in an international charcuterie contest.
You Decide: Are There Best Ways for Using Debt?
Have questions about the best way to approach debt? NC State University economist Mike Walden provides answers to two questions on debt and how to use it.
Clovers All Over: What Are The 4 H’s, Anyway?
Leaf by leaf, 4-H’ers explain what 4-H’s clover means to them.
Homegrown: Tips for Starting a Container Garden
Who said a backyard is required to start a home garden anyway?
Alums Build on NC State Research to Create Food from Farm Leftovers
NC State alumni Laura Hearn and Will Kornegay started their award-winning company, Glean, with one product: a sweet potato flour. Now, thanks in part to university research, they have several food products for sale in 1,200 retail stores across the Southeast.
Economic Perspective: Why Are Tax Refunds Smaller?
This tax season, some people are noticing that their refunds are smaller than in previous years. What could be the cause of this?
Smithfield Foods Supports Soldier to Agriculture Program
A CALS program that provides in-depth training for veterans transitioning into agricultural careers got a recent boost: the Smithfield Foundation announced a $200,000 donation.