Move On, MRSA
MRSA, a drug-resistant bacteria, wreaks havoc in hospitals and on battlefields. An NC State researcher is helping antibiotics fight back.
A Tradition of Service
Service is a hallmark of NC State. Faculty, staff and students, give their efforts, time and money to support charities that touch the state, nation and world.
The Library of the Future
When it opens in early January, the Hunt Library will be more than a signature NC State building: it will create new ways to learn, research, collaborate and strengthen the university’s long tradition of leading transformative change.
Better Pine Trees, Better Environment
Improved loblolly pines scrub more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
It takes a big party to fittingly celebrate 125 years of tradition and transformation. More than 4,500 people turned out for NC State's birthday celebration April 2 at Reynolds Coliseum.
The N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences' Nature Research Center will bring science, and NC State expertise, to the public in some exciting new ways.
Tradition and Transformation
NC State is celebrating 125 years of tradition and transformation.
Fruit Flies, Mice and How Their Genetic Codes Can Help You
In the past two weeks, NC State geneticists Trudy Mackay and David Threadgill, working with collaborators from across the globe, have published landmark scientific papers and made available new resources that will make it easier for researchers to tease out the links between an organism’s genetic blueprint and its behavior or traits.
Dogs were crucial to the development of donor bone marrow transplants as treatments for people with leukemia. NC State veterinarians recently returned the favor by performing their first transplant to carry marrow from one dog to another.
Cancer Survivor Gets New Knee
Doctors at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine hope a new and improved prosthetic for pets could some day help people, too.