Researchers Confirm Original Blood Vessels in 80 Million-Year-Old Fossil
The findings add to the growing body of evidence that structures like blood vessels and cells can persist over millions of years
Trap-jaw Ants Exhibit Previously Unseen Jumping Behavior
An NC State biologist finds that trap-jaw ants leap forward as well as backward to escape threats.
Mackay Wins Prestigious Wolf Prize
Trudy Mackay receives one of the world's most prestigious awards for academic achievement, a Wolf Prize.
Longtime NC State Professor LeBlanc Named Head of Biological Sciences
Gerald LeBlanc, a prominent toxicologist, took the helm of Biological Sciences on January 11.
Rediscovering the Forgotten Benefits of Drawing
A biological illustration class uses art to help students understand biological processes, anatomy and diversity.
Pregnant T. Rex Could Aid in Dino Sex-Typing
NC State paleontologists have found a fossil from a pregnant dinosaur that could shed light on the evolution of egg laying in modern birds.
Database Helps Researchers Connect Environmental Exposures to Health Effects
A new database gives researchers new strategies for connecting environmental exposures to human health effects.
Personality Changes Can Affect Fish Body Shape, Locomotion
A new NC State study shows that personality can be linked to other seemingly unrelated traits in animals like fish.
The Fly Whisperer
Pioneering geneticist Trudy Mackay's work with fruit flies is influencing scientists around the world and leading to important discoveries.
Alumnus Stephen Dinsmore Studies Birds from Perch in Iowa
Zoology alumnus Stephen Dinsmore has built a strong career in avian population biology, which he found a passion for while at NC State.