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Whited, Burd Examine SEC Climate Disclosure Amendment

Poole College’s Rob Whited and Carly Burd examine a recent Securities and Exchange Commission rule change related to public companies’ climate disclosures.
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It’s a Wolfpack World

NC State may call North Carolina home, but our impact spans the globe. Explore the research, programs and initiatives helping advance our mission on all seven continents.
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Giving Symbiosis Back to the Brassicas

Heike Sederoff and her team are trying to understanding the symbiotic relationship between certain plants and the fungi and bacteria in the soil so they might some day return that lost relationship to the brassicas.
2024 Graduate Student Research Symposium winners

Winners Named for 2024 Graduate Research Symposium

Nearly 200 NC State graduate students presented their research projects during the 17th annual Graduate Student Research Symposium, 27 top performers awarded.
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Tiny Organisms, Transformative Outcomes

Nathan Crook, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, is discovering how Earth’s simplest life forms might unlock solutions to complex problems like antibiotic-resistant infections, plastic pollution and climate change.
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Lab to Life: Research, Empathy and Belonging

Nutrition science major Isatou Kah blends research, heartfelt volunteerism and dynamic campus involvement to foster a climate of inclusivity and excellence at NC State.