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Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Luke Gatiboni at the Tidewater Research Station

Sep 18, 2021

STEPping Up Phosphorus Research

NC State Soil Fertility Specialist Luke Gatiboni took over a longtime study that relied on traditional research technologies and methods. But as of last week, that work is set to get amplified at nearly every level. 

Women holding a beaker of blue water

Jul 26, 2021

Student’s Pig and Pines Project Aims to Find Waste Solutions

CALS student Victoria Augoustides, a rising senior in biological and agricultural engineering, aims to find waste solutions for swine and pine industries. 

Enrique Pena Martinez

Jul 23, 2021

Student Finds Family and High-Flying Fulfillment in BAE

Inspired by his grandfather, Enrique Pena Martinez always knew he wanted to study agriculture. He's one of three Ph.D. students recently designated as a Sweet Fellow. 

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Jun 28, 2021

CALSPack Strong: Carly Graves’ Time Well Spent

Recent CALS graduate Carly Graves reflects on memories made and skills built as a biological and agricultural engineering major. 

Natalie Nelson

May 3, 2021

NC State Researcher Wins NSF Award to Study Impacts of ‘Sunny-Day Flooding’

After a visit with her family in St. Petersburg, Florida, Natalie Nelson was curious to see how flooding affects water quality, and this curiosity led to a five-year National Science Foundation research grant. 

Overview of NC State's campus including part of the Belltower.

Apr 26, 2021

BAE Student Honored With Outstanding Senior Award

Four seniors in the College of Engineering received 2021 Outstanding Senior Awards for their exceptional contributions to NC State. 

Man in a research lab

Apr 5, 2021

Faculty Focus: Joe Sagues

A new CALS faculty member sets out to curb climate change and mentor young scientists to do the same. 

Woman with drones and robots.

Mar 2, 2021

Taking Farm Tech to the Next Tier

What will the next wave of agricultural technology hold? Two NC State faculty members with their fingers on the pulse of technological innovation for agriculture talk about their research today and what they think it’ll mean for farms of the future. 

CALS grad Brandon Batten sitting on a tractor

Feb 16, 2021

Brandon Batten: Putting Advanced Farm Tech to Work

Brandon Batten uses modern ag tech daily on his Four Oaks farm, and he's looking ahead to advancements that'll make his operation increasingly efficient. 

Four coronaviruses as viewed with an electron microscope

Feb 8, 2021

Study Yields Recommendations to Prevent Outbreaks from Waterborne Coronaviruses

Airborne coronaviruses traced to wastewater have caused disease in the past. Researchers suggest ways to keep such outbreaks from happening again.