Retailers, Time To Brand Your Store With A Signature Scent — Pumpkin Spice, Anyone?
And MaryAnne Drake, a food scientist at North Carolina State University, agrees, saying, “The aromas in these holiday products are crafted to trigger emotions and feelings.”
More cities are taking up hepatitis A fight
Dr. Lee-Ann Jaykus, a distinguished professor of food science at North Carolina State University, said Thursday that, not only is an outbreak with more than 400 cases unheard of since the hepatitis A vaccine arrived in the late 1990s, but […]
Power SiC for Everyone
North Carolina State University (NCSU) professor Jay Baliga argues that proprietary SiC processes have kept prices high and erected barriers to entry.
An angler’s fantasy: Safer fish for all
In fact, Benjamin Chapman, a specialist on food safety and associate professor at North Carolina State University, argues that Salmonella in fish can occur as a result of improper handling during preparation or processing.
Trump’s Breathtaking Hypocrisy on Coal Mining
Viney Aneja, a professor of air quality at North Carolina State University conducted the study, which lasted for two weeks.
3-D printers make aluminum pieces without cracks
“The approach used here is an elegant and simple way to enable 3-D printing of aluminum alloys, which are important for many applications but have been difficult to print until now,” comments Michael Dickey, an expert in liquid metal alloys […]
Why American Craft Distillers Are Obsessing About Grain
Dr. David Marshall at the USDA’s Plant Science Research center at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, points out that “the older varieties tend to yield low and tend to have disease problems.”
Movies On The Radio: Movies Set In School Offer Rebellion And Redemption
Host Frank Stasio talks with Laura Boyes, film curator at the North Carolina Museum of Art, and Marsha Gordon, film professor at North Carolina State University, about the best school movies.
Alternative Technique Developed for Toxicity Screening
To speed up this process, investigators at North Carolina State University (Raleigh, USA) developed a modified version of the BRET (bioluminescence resonance energy transfer) method.
Data and power could run over the same wireless network
Magnetic fields are being used to transmit power through the air, North Carolina State University researchers say in a press release.