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Students gather samples in the sound in front of the CMAST building

Jul 24, 2019

Campus at the Coast

NC State's Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST) offers students unique experiences and furthers the university's research and outreach mission. 

an oyster reef revealed by low tide

Jul 15, 2019

What Can Researchers Learn by Eavesdropping on Fish?

Want to know how fish use oyster reefs? Eavesdrop on them. 

Jul 17, 2015

Centuries-Old Shipwreck Discovered Off North Carolina Coast

Scanning sonar from a scientific expedition has revealed the remains of a previously unknown shipwreck more than a mile deep off the North Carolina coast. Artifacts on the wreck indicate it might date to the American Revolution. 

Feb 10, 2015

Exploring the Deep Sea: Adventures of a Researcher in the Field

For centuries, scientists thought that all life depended on the sun. They were wrong. 

Apr 13, 2011

Join the Skeleton Crew

To raise $10,000 to reconstruct the skeleton of a bottle-nosed dolphin, NC State’s Center for Marine Sciences and Technology is inviting supporters to join the Skeleton Crew. 

Jun 23, 2010

Vets Head to Gulf

Two NC State veterinarians and a veterinary technician headed south this week after receiving an emergency request from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for marine animal experts to assist in the Gulf Coast oil spill response. They join an NC State avian expert already in the field. 

May 14, 2010

Green Elected Fellow

Dr. David Green, professor and department extension leader in food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences, has been elected a fellow of the Institute of Food Technologists. 

Dec 3, 2009

Research on the Half Shell

NC State researchers and partners will lend a hand with a project to revitalize oyster beds along the Pamlico Sound and create jobs in an industry that has suffered during the recent economic downturn. 

Oct 1, 2009

Rudershausen Pedals for Wildlife

Biologist Paul Rudershausen, a research assistant in the zoology lab at CMAST, put his devotion to wildlife in motion during a 36-day cross-country bicycle trek from the Oregon coast to the North Carolina coast.