research

Nov 30, 2017  |  About NC State

Student Spotlight: ‘Plant Research Immediately Impacts People’

After a summer undergraduate research experience with a leading NC State plant scientist, Catherine Doyle was hooked. The Ph.D. student traveled to Tanzania to see the problems posed by cassava mosaic disease.

Nov 27, 2017  |  About NC State

The Economics of Cutting-Edge Ag Technology

The academic journey of Ph.D. student Mike Jones spans Peruvian potato fields and the irrigated deserts of Syria to NC State’s campus, where he investigates the impacts and public perception of cutting-edge agricultural technology.

Nov 6, 2017  |  Events

Graduate School To Honor Outstanding Faculty Mentors

The Graduate School is asking students to nominate their professors for the Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Awards. Nominations will be accepted until Nov. 30.

Aug 3, 2017  |  Innovative Research

From Planetary to Microscopic: Winners of the 2017 NC State Research Image Contest

From a map of Mars to the microscopic surface of a leaf that only looks like an alien landscape, see the NC State Research Image Contest winners.

Jul 11, 2017

Studying a Disease in Order to Prevent Starvation

Research into a disease that affects cassava crops aims to prevent starvation for millions in Africa.

Jul 10, 2017  |  Think Magazine

A Message From the Dean

"Just when I think I couldn't be more impressed by our students, I realize that achievement knows no boundaries." -- Maureen Grasso

Jul 10, 2017  |  Think Magazine

Pragya Adhikari

Pragya Adhikari from Nepal is trying to breed a tomato that is tastier and more resistant to plant diseases.

Jul 10, 2017

Chandler Maness

Chandler Maness, a master's student in textiles, wants to make firefighters safer by developing materials and gear designs that protect them from particulates in smoke.

Jul 10, 2017  |  Think Magazine

Sayed Mashaheet

Sayed Mashaheet, PhD alumnus and postdoc, is developing wheat varieties that are tolerant to ozone and resistant to wheat rust, a devastating disease that could destroy the world's wheat crop.

Jul 10, 2017  |  Innovative Research

Sophia Webster

Graduate student Sophia Webster is trying to fight Zika by engineering mosquitoes that won't spread the disease.