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Researchers Develop New, Less Expensive Nanolithography Technique
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new nanolithography technique that is less expensive than other approaches and can be used to create technologies with biomedical applications.
Unexpected Finding Shows Climate Change Complexities in Soil
In a surprising finding, North Carolina State University researchers have shown that certain underground organisms thought to promote chemical interactions that make the soil a carbon sink actually play a more complex, dual role when atmospheric carbon levels rise. In […]
‘In the Garden’ — 10 Glorious Years
“In the Garden with Bryce Lane,” the popular NC State-produced show reaches its 10th season this month. Lane attributes any success to his team.
Provost on College of Sciences
A memo sent today from Provost Warwick Arden updates the campus community on progress with the new College of Sciences.
5 Ergonomic Tips for NC State Employees
Ergonomic strain is a leading cause of injury on campus, but is easily avoided says Occupational Safety Manager Scott Mabry. Find out how to avoid repetitive injuries at work.
21st Annual NC State Dog Olympics Set for Sept. 8
What: North Carolina State University’s Dog Olympics is an annual charitable event organized by veterinary students. Dogs of all breeds, shapes, and sizes are invited to participate in athletic and non-athletic competitions including musical sit, frisbee toss, high jump, longest […]
Award-Winning CHASS Alumnus Hosts Science Fiction Reading
Andy Duncan, alumnus from the graduate creative writing program, has gone on to win multiple awards including the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for best science fiction story of the year. Come hear Duncan read at the Studio Theatre in Thompson Hall on Sept. 12.
Roll over rover, best trick and dog limbo are just some of the challenges your pooch can enter in this year's 21st Annual Dog Olympics. The event runs next Saturday, Sept. 8 at the Veterinary Health Complex on Centennial Biomedical Campus.
CVM Faculty Wins National Poultry Research Award
Dr. David H. Ley, a professor of poultry health management at the College of Veterinary Medicine, received a national award this month for sustained excellence in research in poultry disease and health.