College Textbooks Largely Overlook the Most Common Animals
Recent research found that biology textbooks devote less than 1 percent of their text to discussing insects, which make up more than 60 percent of animal species.
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.
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 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.
NC State scientists will participate in this daylong celebration of the fascinating world of bugs.
Alumni Profile: A Path Well Taken
NC State and the Park Scholars program shaped the path taken by biological sciences alumnus Josh Sawyer.
Goodnight Spotlight: Gabriella Mamlouk
Biological sciences student Gabriella Mamlouk '19 has truly done it all in the Goodnight Scholars Program.
Sciences Student’s Family Named NC State Family of the Year
The family of biological sciences senior Abby Verchick was honored at the Sept. 29 NC State football game.
A memorial fund has been established to honor biological sciences student Jennifer Cantu, who died tragically in May at age 27.
A Scientist Loose in America’s Library: Studying Astrobiology at the Library of Congress
Hear from Lucianne Walkowicz, chair of astrobiology at the Library of Congress and an astronomer at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago, about the search for and study of life in the universe.