Designing Greenways for Diverse Users
Researchers hit the trails to find out who's using urban greenways for recreation. Their results can help improve greenway design.
Energizing African Development
Lack of access to reliable power is termed “energy poverty,” and we are studying efforts to address it.
Bone Experts Offer How-To Video For Forensic Professionals
Researchers have created a how-to video to train forensic practitioners in using bone mineral density to extract more information from human remains.
2018 Krispy Kreme Challenge Offers Runners a Daring Delight
As the Krispy Kreme Challenge takes another lap around Raleigh this Saturday, we look back at some sugary stats racked up over the race's first 14 years.
How Humans Affect Mammal Movement
NC State zoologist Roland Kays explains a new international study of the movements of 57 mammal species, from weasel-like fishers in Albany, New York, to maneless lions in Tsavo, Kenya.
Watch for Employee Survey Next Week
Help NC State identify areas of strength and areas that need improvement as a workplace. The UNC System Employee Engagement Survey begins Monday, Jan. 29, and runs through Feb. 12. Watch for details via email or campus mail.
Events Highlight Human Trafficking
Learn more about the global problem of human trafficking at a series of events next week.
Can You Guess Which Species Has the Most Gut Microbes?
Comparisons of gut microbe diversity are a step toward understanding complex ecosystems that play an important role in the health of species – including our own.
System Updates Identity, Logo
The UNC System rolls out 'a new look for a new era,’ capturing President Margaret Spellings’ vision for keeping higher education accessible and central to the state’s growing prosperity.
Forensic Researchers Find Femur Offers Insight Into Age of Deceased
Forensic researchers have found a more accurate way to assess an individual’s age at death, based on the bone mineral density of the femur.
Placental Accumulation of Flame Retardant Chemical Alters Serotonin Production in Rat Offspring
New research shows flame retardants can have sex-specific effects on placental functions critical for brain development.
Dance and Film Intertwine at Gregg Museum
The Dance Program presents an evening of dance and film in an art gallery at the newly renovated Gregg Museum of Art and Design.
Persistent Photoconductivity Used to Stimulate Neurotypic Cells
Researchers have, for the first time, used a material’s persistent photoconductivity to stimulate neurotype cells.
Barrangou Wins NAS Prize in Food and Agriculture Sciences
Rodolphe Barrangou wins yet another prestigious award for his discovery of the genetic mechanisms and proteins driving CRISPR-Cas systems.
Olympian Now Champions NC State
U.S. Olympic Hall-of-Famer Jean Driscoll is ready for a new challenge: building support for NC State’s acclaimed College of Design. The elite Paralympic athlete and eight-time Boston Marathon winner is the college’s new executive director of development.