Big Reveal for Nonwovens
Curious about the mysteries of the new nonwovens facility? Take a look at what's under the 65-foot ceilings during an open house on Friday.
Forests in Flux
Changes in temperature and rainfall patterns are shifting the trees in our forests, with hardwood species moving inland and evergreens moving north.
NC State to Hold Commencement Ceremony May 13
On Saturday, 5,871 new NC State graduates will celebrate their new degrees. That's a lot of tassels to turn.
Getting in Touch with the Designer in All of Us
Geospatial software frees designers' imaginations by making landscape design something you can literally put your hands on, using 3-D models and colored felt.
Mayor to Give NC State Spring Commencement Speech
NC State graduates will hear from Raleigh Mayor Nancy Farlane and honor the work of architect Phil Freelon and historian David Christian during spring graduation ceremonies May 13.
Scientists in Training
Building pasta bridges, learning reptile facts and launching marshmallows with a catapult are all in a day's work for NC State engineering students who coach elementary school Science Olympiad teams.
Kids’ Wildlife Preferences Differ from Island to Mainland
NC State research with children from the Bahamas and North Carolina helps us understand the next generation's priorities for wildlife conservation.
Words Matter When Math Teachers Describe Student Learning
Whether you remember being in the "high" or "low" math group in elementary school, you'll relate to new NC State research about describing students' math work.
A Hands-On Approach to Environmental Decisions
NC State scientists show how geospatial modeling can help provide faster feedback and better collaboration on complex issues.
NC State’s Sederoff Honored for Molecular Genetics Work With Forest Trees
An international prize goes to Ron Sederoff, a forestry professor whose research has given us a better understanding of forest trees' biology and accelerated advances in plant breeding.