Microbiomes Under the Microscope
CALS’ Stewards of the Future conference focuses on the potential for microbiomes to improve health and agriculture.
Microbiomes Under the Microscope at NC State Conference
What exactly are microbiomes? Why are they considered to be the next big thing in agricultural and life science research? These questions and more will be under the microscope during "Microbiomes: Unseen Opportunities for Ag and Health."
Register Now for Microbiomes Conference
Registration is open for the 2016 Stewards of the Future “Microbiomes: Unseen Opportunities for Agriculture and Health,” a conference hosted by NC State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Microbiomes take center stage
As the White House launches a national microbiome initiative, NC State announces a major upcoming conference and funding of related research.
Crucial conversations, crucial conservation
The college's "Stewards of the Future" conference, which drew nearly 500 participants to the McKimmon Center on Nov. 2, focused on water quality and quantity issues, with emphasis on North Carolina agriculture.
Stewards of the Future: Water Quality
JoAnn Burkholder, Robert Reed and Elle Allen of NC State University's Center for Applied Ecology discuss efforts to ensure safer drinking water for hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians.
A safe, abundant water supply for all
The Nov. 2 Stewards Of The Future: Water for a Growing World conference will provide international, national and state level perspectives on issues of water quantity and quality.
Stewards of the Future registration open
Registration is open for “Stewards of the Future: Water for a Growing World,” a conference hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences that will focus on issues of water quantity and quality.
SAVE THE DATE: ‘Stewards of the Future’ to focus on water
Stewards of the Future: Water for a Growing World, hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, will provide international, national and state level perspectives on issues of water quantity and quality. Participants will explore how North Carolina and its global partners can provide leadership toward the goal of ensuring water resiliency for North Carolina and a growing world.