Jacobo Rozo Posso developed an interest in science and plants as an 8-year-old. He’s 17 now, a junior at Cary High School. Science is still his passion and an interest that is being nurtured in a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences laboratory.
A previously unknown virus discovered by North Carolina State University scientists may hold keys to managing another virus that causes a debilitating disease.
Michael V. DeGruy, award-winning nature cinematographer and marine scientist, died Feb. 3 in a helicopter crash in Australia.
Is manufacturing headed back to being a dominant part of the U.S. and North Carolina economies? Mike Walden discusses.
Nobel Laureate and distinguished MIT professor Dr. Phillip A. Sharp and Juan Enriquez, best-selling author and leading authority on the global impact of life sciences, will headline the conference “Stewards of the Future: Research for Human Health and Global Sustainability” at North Carolina State University.
N.C. State’s Micropropagation and Repository Unit has been recognized with the 2012 Foil McLaughlin Award, which notes work that impacts North Carolina’s seed industry.
The North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services is starting a Speakers Bureau to help organizations learn more about agriculture, agribusiness and NCDA&CS, and their importance to the state.
Dr. Christopher Daubert has been named head of North Carolina State University’s Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences.