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."
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.
DELTA Faculty Fellows Recognized at Summer Shorts
Kim Allen, Ed Lindsay and Maria Gallardo-Williams were honored with certificates of appreciation at Summer Shorts, marking the completion of their outstanding service as Faculty Fellows. This group of dedicated faculty members is passionate about the future of educational technology.
A Walk Around Campus
Not every step on NC State's campus has to be on a brick sidewalk or plaza. In fact, you can spend an entire day walking the Wake County edges of the university, from Yates Mill County Park to a pasture adjacent to William B. Umstead State Park, and seldom leave NC State property.
DELTA Announces 2017-18 Grant Recipients
DELTA will give more than $236,000 in new and continuing DELTA grants to 25 recipients across eight academic colleges.
NC State Receives DARPA Funding to Develop, Test Gene Drive System
Developing and testing a gene drive system to reduce invasive mouse populations is the focus of a DARPA-funded research project.
Leadership in Public Science: Meet Madhusudan Katti
Madhusudan Katti, an ecologist and member of NC State's Leadership in Public Science faculty cluster, engages in public science efforts that are as diverse as his research.
Leadership in Public Science: Meet Caren Cooper
Caren Cooper is an ecologist and Leadership in Public Science faculty cluster member who wrote the book on citizen science — literally.
Big Reveal for Nonwovens
Curious about the mysteries of the new nonwovens facility? Take a look at what's under the 65-foot ceilings during an open house on Friday.
Forests in Flux
Changes in temperature and rainfall patterns are shifting the trees in our forests, with hardwood species moving inland and evergreens moving north.