Jul 10, 2015
Early Lead Exposure Affects Gene Expression Throughout Life
NC State researchers links between lead exposure in children and alterations in regulatory regions of genes critical in growth regulation and brain development.
Jun 25, 2015
MARCKS Protein May Help Protect Brain Cells From Age Damage
The MARCKS protein may play an important role in protecting barrier cells in the brain from damage due to aging.
Jun 10, 2015
Moa Proteins, Moa Information
Extinct flightless bird helps molecular paleontologists learn more about protein preservation in fossils.
Jun 8, 2015
The Butterfly Effect: Insect’s Wings Key to Azalea Pollination
Butterfly wings, not bees, are key to pollinating certain azalea species, an NC State researcher finds.
May 27, 2015
Designing Clinical Trials for Personalized Cancer Treatments
A $10.4 million grant from the National Cancer Institute will help researchers from NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University design clinical trials for personalized cancer treatments.
May 13, 2015
New Project Tackles Genetic Switchboard for DNA
The Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) project, with help from NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill researchers, is looking at the link between genetic variation and gene expression, to figure out how genetic variation impacts disease.
May 1, 2015
Cross-Population Study Links Individuals’ Chemical Sensitivity, Genes
A new study looks for links between individuals' chemical sensitivity and genetic differences.
Apr 29, 2015
NC State Receives $6.5 Million from NIEHS to Study Effect of Environment on Human Health
Researchers from the NC State Center for Human Health and the Environment have received a five-year, $6.5 million grant from the NIEHS to investigate the effects of environmental factors on human health.
Apr 27, 2015
Terry Foundation Gives $16 Million for Veterinary Research, Scholarships
Chancellor Randy Woodson announced today a $16 million gift from the Randall B. Terry Charitable Foundation that will fund research, scholarships and endowed professorships at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Apr 24, 2015
Beagles Help Hunt for Genes Associated With Canine, Human Bladder Cancer
Beagles are more than just one of the most popular dog breeds in America. According to new NC State research, they are also key to new findings about the chromosomal changes associated with urothelial carcinoma, or bladder cancer.