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Perspectives On Line: The Magazine of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
NC State University

Spring 2002 Contents Page Features Workable Solutions Man With a Plan LEAP into the Classroom
When Roundup Ready Cotton Isn't Ready for Roundup

An Enlightening Conversation

Biotechnology and HumanityThe Secret Life of ProteinsCollege Profile
Noteworthy NewsAlumni Giving Items of Interest From the Dean College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Noteworthy News

Practice with computerized babies encourages teens to put off parenting

Practice with computerized babies
encourages teens to put off parenting

 


College hosts Honors Visitation Day

College hosts Honors Visitation Day

 


N.C. Agromedicine Institute obtains health research grant

N.C. Agromedicine Institute
obtains health research grant

 


Cabarrus County exemplifies quality of 4-H school-age care program

Cabarrus County exemplifies quality
of 4-H school-age care program

 


Genetic studies lead to ways to reduce damage from potato blight diseases

Genetic studies lead to ways to reduce damage
from potato blight diseases

 


New N.C. State University center to study environmental issues related to turfgrass 
New N.C. State University center to study
environmental issues related to turfgrass

 


Agricultural Institute launches annual open house

Agricultural Institute launches annual open house

 


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