Soft Tissue Shows Jurassic Ichthyosaur Was Warm-Blooded, Had Blubber and Camouflage
Research published in Nature describes what soft-tissue analysis reveals about an ancient, dolphin-like marine reptile.
A Professor Gives Back to Chemistry
Carl Bumgardner, professor emeritus of chemistry, established a scholarship endowment. "It indicates that you believe in the future," he said.
Two Sciences Faculty Named AAAS Fellows
Two mathematics faculty were among four from NC State elected to the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Hurricane Florence: How We Helped Our State
The storm ravaged North Carolina like few others have. Before, during and after the storm, our scientists were there to help.
Q&A: Understanding and Avoiding Harmful Environmental Chemicals
In this Q&A, find out from biologist Heather Patisaul what everyday products might pose a danger to your health.
Researchers.One: A New Model for Open Access Publishing and Peer Review
Researchers have developed a genuinely open-access peer review publication platform they believe will promote academic freedom, broaden dissemination and improve the quality of scientific research.
Researchers Identify Promising Proteins for ALS Diagnosis and Prognosis
A team led by an NC State researcher with ALS has discovered new links between particular proteins and this deadly disease.
Building Better Predictions From Polls
Inaccurate 2016 election predictions were due not to shy voters or flawed surveys, but to excessive averaging over multiple polls. An NC State statistician proposes a better model.
Obituary: Distinguished Toxicologist Ernest Hodgson
Ernest Hodgson, a longtime faculty member and pioneer in toxicology at NC State, passed away in early October.
Researchers Find Bacterioplankton Rely on Environmental Vitamin B1 Rather Than Making Their Own
New research could have impacts on aquatic microbial food webs, as well as energy and nutrient exchange.