Not Just Genes: Environment Also Shaped Population Variation in First Americans
New research finds that genes and environment drove population divergence in the first Americans.
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Melissa Ramirez
Melissa Ramirez of the Department of Biological Sciences is making strides to implement universal design in online learning and ensure that all students have the opportunity to succeed.
When Science Is Sidelined, Uncertainty Reigns
Toxicologist Heather Patisaul explains why science is fundamental to effective decision making and public policy.
Biologist Patisaul Named Associate Dean for Research
Heather Patisaul, a decorated biologist and an expert on how environmental chemicals affect our health, has been named the new associate dean for research in NC State’s College of Sciences.
Being Certain About Uncertainty
Toxicologist Gerald LeBlanc argues that uncertainty is the engine that drives scientific advancement.
N.C. Study: Warmer Water Linked to Higher Proportion of Male Flounder
In the wild and in the lab, researchers find higher water temperatures lead to fewer female flounder, a cause for concern.
Crumpler Wins University Award for Excellence
Crumpler, a teaching technician in the Department of Biological Sciences, was one of 12 to receive NC State's most prestigious non-faculty honor.
How Dogs Evolved ‘Puppy Dog Eyes’
Researchers have discovered the secret of the "puppy dog eyes" dogs use to tug at human heartstrings.
For biological sciences alumna Emily Caporali, the Belltower is a place that has held extraordinary memories before, during and after her time at NC State.
Nominations for Faculty Awards
Nominations are now open for several awards open to College of Sciences faculty members.