Made In North Carolina: The American Giant “Hoodie”
Trevor Little is an apparel technology management expert at North Carolina State University’s College of Textiles. He has seen success come from the model American Giant is using. “American Giant is really smart because they’re looking at the whole cost […]
How to solve our economic growth mystery
Compared to the nation, North Carolina has had less expansion in high productivity industries and more expansion in low productivity industries during the current economic recovery, NC State economist Mike Walden writes.
Driverless cars to be tested in N.C.
In its application, the Turnpike Authority touted potential partnerships with Research Triangle Park firms and transportation research programs at N.C. State University and UNC-Chapel Hill.
Maximize Profit with Optimum Sow Body Condition
“Thin and fat sows reduce profit,” Dr. Mark Knauer, swine extension specialist at North Carolina State University, said. “They’ll have a reduced farrowing rate, they’re less likely to breed back and they’re more likely to have smaller litters. We need […]
Trana Discovery, Bayer sign fungicide collaboration agreement
Trana founders Dick Guenther and Winnell Newman spun the company out of North Carolina State University at the turn of the century, to commercialize its high-tech way to selectively identify and kill harmful pathogens. It targets all the biggies: bacterial, […]
NCSU scholarship available to community college transfers
Transfer students from community colleges are newly eligible for an N.C. State University scholarship for science majors from low- and middle-income families.
New Exhibit Turns Artists Into Subjects
Host Frank Stasio talks with exhibit co-curator Janet Link, a contributing artist and adjunct professor at North Carolina State University College of Design.
How do desert ants know which way to go when walking backward?
“To me it shows that the ants use different navigational strategies, and they can integrate those strategies” as needed, Adrian Smith a myrmecologist at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and North Carolina State University who was not involved […]
Gene-edited animals face US regulatory crackdown
“The public is leery of genetic engineering of animals, in particular,” says Jennifer Kuzma, a social scientist at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
NC researchers hope special solar cells can help greenhouses generate energy
Now researchers from N.C. State University and UNC Chapel Hill are trying to change that by developing greenhouses that generate their own solar power.