The NC State Plant Sciences Building is closed during the university holiday break.
N.C. PSI is co-sponsoring the first annual NC Commodities Conference featuring a graduate student poster session. The poster session is a unique opportunity for graduate students to present their research to the growers and producers who will one day benefit the most from their research. Cash prizes sponsored by Syngenta will be awarded for the top three posters with a bonus People's Choice award.
Educators from NC State and beyond will meet to discuss ways to engage middle school students by using modeling thinking to learn about plants. Platform Director Terri Long will work…
Join Tom Jacobs for this special INTRINSyC Seminar as he discusses developing large-scale genome editing technologies in plants.
Professor Tom Jacobs from VIB/University of Gent will be giving a seminar entitled "Developing Large Scale Gene Editing Technologies in Plants" in the Plant Sciences Building from 12 to 1…
The Plant Sciences Building is hosting a Plant Sciences Day for high school students to learn about majors and career options in STEM agriculture and plant sciences.
Join N.C. PSI Platform Director, Cranos Williams, and N.C. PSI-affiliated faculty, Alex Woodley at the Nagoya University and Technology Partnership of Nagoya University, Inc. Roundtable for its 13th installment. This Roundtable will be focusing on Digital & Engineering AgTech. This year, speakers from Nagoya University, Gifu University, and North Carolina State University will present their cutting-edge technologies with networking opportunities.
Industry partners are invited to join us for a complimentary breakfast and conversation with other N.C. PSI partners, faculty, students and staff. This casual event is an opportunity to learn more about our research projects and build connections that could lead to new beginnings. Hosted by Alex Woodley and Josh Heitman.
Have you considered working in the biotech industry? Meet a group of industry experts from Bayer, BASF, GreenLight Bioscience and the Gates Foundation to learn more about the work environments in industry as well as the skills employers are seeking in their new hires.
Join us for a faculty career panel where participants will have a chance to engage with a panel of Center Directors to learn more about the currently funded NSF Centers at NC State and gain more awareness of the steps one can take to successfully position themselves and their team to win a large center-type grant themselves.