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Gates Grant Helps NC State Solve Molecular Mysteries
Cassava is a vegetable that accounts for more than a third of human calorie consumption in Africa. But what disease is leading to major losses of this crop?
Talley Student Union showcases aquaponics display
One of this summer's most eye-catching additions to Talley Student Union is a student-designed system of bins, pipes, fish and lettuce that showcase one of the state’s fastest-growing agriculture practices.
NC State Researcher Unearths Soil’s Impact On Human Health
On the door of Dr. Dean Hesterberg’s office in Williams Hall is a sticker that reads, “I heart soil.” That simple phrase sums up the...
EcoVillage Experiences Shape Student’s Career Path
This Spring in an NC State research greenhouse amid hours of seed germination measurements and soil samples, Sarah Yim unearthed a new career direction. A...
Growing local food access among Triangle’s immigrant communities
A research team from NC State improves access to local, healthy food among three immigrant communities in the Raleigh, N.C., area.
Garden, bees boost sustainability at College of Veterinary Medicine
This year a group of students at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine have been busy as bees establishing a habitat for bees and a community garden on campus.
NC State Sustainability Fund awards $117,000 in campus grants
Ten sustainability projects will become reality on campus thanks to $117,000 in sustainability grants recently awarded by the student-led advisory board of NC State’s Sustainability...
Student-developed app aims to reduce food waste at grocery stores
What if there was an app that notified you when local grocery stores discounted prices on near expiring produce that was about to be discarded?
Talley Student Union implements post-consumer composting
NC State’s Talley Student Union will pilot two post-consumer composting stations this fall, making it the first building on the university’s campus to provide such a service.