How concerned should you be about kissing bugs? Here’s what NC State experts have to say
Recent news reports that a "deadly" bug has been found in North Carolina seem to be causing unnecessary alarm, according to NC State University entomologists. That’s because many people are getting the disease-carrying triatomine bug, or kissing bug, confused with other bugs.
- Agricultural-focused startups are blossoming in the Triangle (News & Observer)
- Beyond butternut: a guide for selecting great winter squash (Smithsonian.com)
- NC State among handful of programs across country dedicated to poinsettia research (TWC News)
- Scientists for a day: NC Research Campus (Salisbury Post)
- Water scarcity: 'Governments will fall and wars will be fought' (Southeast Farm Press)
Podcast: Economic Perspective
The likelihood of an unemployed person landing a job seems to be tied to one important factor. NC State University economist Mike Walden explains.