Research and Innovation

Nov 8, 2017  |  Research and Innovation

“Space” Invader: Invasive Marine Fouling Species Crowds Out Natives

An invasive species of tunicate known as Clavelina oblonga crowds out and overgrows other marine fouling species and reduces biodiversity.

Nov 6, 2017  |  Research and Innovation

Researchers Receive Grant to Study GenX Exposure in New Hanover County Residents

NC State researchers will lead a new study on GenX exposure in New Hanover County residents.

Nov 6, 2017  |  Research and Innovation

Prenatal Exposure to BPA at ‘Safe’ Levels Can Affect Gene Expression in Developing Rat Brain

New research finds that prenatal exposure to BPA at very low levels affects gene expression in the developing rat brain.

Nov 6, 2017  |  Biological Sciences

Exploring Immersive Experiences in Biodiversity

NC State DELTA teamed up with the Department of Biological Sciences for video shoots at different locations across North Carolina designed to create immersive 360° experiences for students.

Nov 6, 2017  |  Research and Innovation

Researchers Explore Voltage-Driven Liquid Metal Fractals

NC State researchers find that low voltage makes high surface-tension liquid metal spread and form fractals.

Oct 25, 2017  |  Around Campus

The Research Image Contest Returns in New Exhibits This Fall

Winning images from NC State’s second-annual Research Image Contest are returning to the spotlight this fall in two exhibits.

Oct 17, 2017  |  Biological Sciences

A Summer at the Zoo

Two NC State zoology majors share behind-the-scenes stories from their summer internships at the N.C. Zoo.

Oct 17, 2017  |  Alumni & Friends

The Coast Is Clear

Geosciences alumnus Stephen Leatherman shares the story behind his celebrated rankings of American beaches.

Oct 17, 2017  |  Research and Innovation

Keratin, Pigment, Proteins From 54 Million-Year-Old Sea Turtle Show Survival Trait Evolution

Fossil tissues show that a pigment-based survival trait common to modern sea turtles evolved at least 54 million years ago.

Oct 12, 2017  |  Research and Innovation

Tracing Subglacial Water Storage

Seventy percent of the world’s population consumes water that has some glacial input, so it’s important to understand how these icy giants operate.