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Feb 13, 2024

Student Spotlight: Ashley Lamb

Ashley Lamb has consistently demonstrated a commitment to service, leadership and academic excellence.

Memorial Belltower

Feb 9, 2024

Neuroscientist Christa Baker Wins C.J. Herrick Award in Neuroanatomy

Christa Baker, assistant professor of biological sciences at NC State, has received the C.J. Herrick Award in Neuroanatomy from the American Association for Anatomy. 

Feb 5, 2024

Beckman Scholar Spotlight: Alexa Kuyvenhoven

Meet Alexa Kuyvenhoven, an NC State undergraduate student researching a novel therapeutic for equine injuries typically considered hard to treat — thanks to the Beckman Scholars Program.

water drips from faucet

Jan 10, 2024

Nafion byproduct 2 Found in Blood of Well Users Near Fayetteville, N.C.

PFAS detected in well water in Bladen and Cumberland counties.

Dinos in the woods

Nov 7, 2023

Dig This: ‘Neglected’ Dinosaur Had Super Senses

This dino may have been a wallflower, but a CT scan of its skull reveals some hidden superpowers.

a student presenting a research poster

Oct 11, 2023

PEP Makes an Impact

NC State’s Provost’s Professional Experience Program provides students meaningful on-campus employment opportunities for career development. We spoke with several PEP participants about their involvement in the program, their experiences in interdisciplinary scholarship, and how this shapes their future trajectory.

Anole on a pole

Oct 10, 2023

How Does Constant Evolution Keep Species Stable?

Brian Langerhans talks about a new study that could offer answers to evolution’s “stasis paradox.”

scud, mayfly and snail

Oct 5, 2023

Consistent Metabolism May Prove Costly for Insects in Saltier Water

Metabolism could explain why some freshwater insects struggle in saltier water.

sabertooth tiger

Aug 21, 2023

Did Sabertooth Tigers Purr or Roar?

The sound a sabertooth made could depend on the shape of a few small bones.

Tiger on green grass

Jul 31, 2023

Why You Shouldn’t Declaw Tigers or Other Big Cats

Declawing big cats is worse for them in terms of muscular effects than for smaller species.