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.
Designing the Next Generation of Hair Dyes
A new NC State database reveals promising approaches to making safer, more sustainable hair color.
Shining a Light on the ‘Invisible Scholars’
A new book examines the contributions and needs of postdoctoral fellows.
NC State To Hold Fall Commencement Ceremony Dec. 15
It's tassel-turning time. Nearly 3,500 NC State students are graduating this fall.
What Motivates College Students to Play Pokémon Go?
Playing Pokémon Go gets students moving, including those who aren't gamers. Public health experts say that's a good thing.
NC State’s Tuesday Night Takeover on the Science Channel
Biologist Roland Kays uncovers the science behind unusual images for "What on Earth?" and "Strange Evidence."
Walkable Neighborhoods Linked With More Active Older Adults
NC State research explores ways to build neighborhoods where older adults can stay active and age in place.
Open House for Prospective Students on Saturday
Open House events Oct. 14 give prospective students a chance to explore what NC State has to offer.
Neuroscientists Find ‘Gatekeeper’ in Itching Sensations Plays No Role in Pain Transmission
NC State research sheds light on how pain and itching sensations travel from the skin to the brain.
Who Wins? Outcomes of Olympic-sized Events
Do events like the Olympics bring the positive attention, new infrastructure and lasting local benefits that countries use to justify the costs? NC State professor Jason Bocarro examines the legacies of mega events.