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.
Computer Models Could Allow Researchers to Better Understand, Predict Adverse Drug Reactions
Research explains what happens at the molecular level during severe allergic reactions to abacavir, an antiviral drug commonly given to treat HIV.
Study Finds Knowledge Gaps on Protecting Cultural Sites From Climate Change
North Carolina's Cape Lookout is among the sites at risk.
Could Greenways Help Fight Chicago Crime?
A crime decrease in neighborhoods surrounding a Chicago greenway built on an abandoned railway line offers a ray of hope amid troubling trends in the Windy City.
NC State to Hold Commencement Ceremony Dec. 16
More than 3,500 NC State students will graduate on Friday, bringing the total to nearly 9,000 degrees awarded in 2016.
Spellings to Give NC State Fall Commencement Speech
NC State graduates will draw inspiration from Margaret Spellings, president of the University of North Carolina system, and Mildred Dresselhaus, a physicist and electrical engineer known as the "queen of carbon science."
Standing Behind Firefighters
As wildfires scorch more than 40,000 acres in the North Carolina foothills and western mountains, thousands of firefighters fan out across the Southeast. Decades of NC State research stands behind them.
Social Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research
Instagram, Flickr and Panoramio reveal the most valued features of European landscapes.