The N.C. State University Seafood Laboratory at Morehead City’s Center for Marine Sciences and Technology will offer two workshops in May on HACCP food safety planning for the seafood industry.
Isn’t economics about cutthroat competition and profits at all costs? Perhaps not. Mike Walden discusses.
On April 13, groups of College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students gathered to offer fact-filled presentations about their various life sciences curricula, in displays set up on the N.C. State University Brickyard.
Senior biological sciences major Brittany Vontz is an award-winning scholar and gymnast. Because of help she’s received in overcoming numerous injuries, Vontz is planning a career in physical therapy.
At the JC Raulston Arboretum’s “Mayday! Mayday! It’s Almost Mother’s Day!” program on Saturday, May 7, children will have an opportunity learn about the gifts of Mother Nature, dance around the May Pole and make a gift for mom.
Dr. Allen Foegeding, William Neal Reynolds Professor of food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences, has been honored with the 2011 William C. Haines Dairy Science Award.
When it comes to entomological knowledge, N.C. State University students can wave oversize foam hands with extended forefingers. In late March, a five-person team made up of entomology graduate students won the southeastern branch, or regional, competition of the Linnaean Games.
Dr. Allan Brown, assistant professor with N.C. State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute at the N.C. Research Campus, is leading the effort to sequence the blueberry genome. Seven Davidson College undergraduates, in a course led by biology professor Dr. A. Malcolm Campbell, have been given a sneak peek at a portion of the berry’s DNA.
North Carolina State University scientists will be heavily involved in a national effort to help farmers better manage a plant disease called late blight.
The next session in the N.C. Commissioner of Agriculture’s Speaker Series at N.C. State University will focus on innovation and efficiency in agriculture to feed an exploding world population. The panel discussion takes place at 4 p.m. April 14 in 2215 Williams Hall.