New Species of Tiny Tyrannosaur Foreshadows Rise of T. Rex
New tiny tyrannosaur nicknamed “harbinger of doom” paved the way for T. rex to rule.
2019 Academic Advising Award Recipients Announced
These dedicated individuals support students as they figure out where they ultimately want to end up, and help chart the path to get there. Deeply committed to the success of all students, these are the
Molecular Analysis of Anchiornis Feather Gives Clues to Origin of Flight
Molecular analysis of a fossil feather could help scientists understand when dinosaur feathers developed capacity for flight.
NC State Researchers to Invite Fayetteville-Area Residents for GenX, PFAS Study
Researchers with North Carolina State University’s GenX exposure study will be inviting a limited number of residents from Fayetteville’s Gray’s Creek area whose wells have been tested for GenX to participate in water, blood and urine testing for the presence…
Ancient Carpet Shark Discovered with ‘Spaceship-Shaped’ Teeth
A small prehistoric shark with spaceship-shaped teeth takes its name from the video game Galaga.
Five Questions with Fred Wright
NC State’s Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Program showcases the university’s commitment to interdisciplinary excellence and field-leading faculty. Fred Wright, a member of the Bioinformatics cluster and director of the Bioinformatics Research Center, gives insight into his research and the impact of interdisciplinarity at NC State.
Research Finds Serious Problems With Forensic Software
New research finds significant flaws in recently released forensic software.
Philanthropy Helps ‘What If’ Become ‘What Is’ for 2013 Graduates
KeJuan Weaver, Hillary Spangler and Andrew Miller have turned “what if” into “what is” since graduating from NC State in 2013. See how this impressive group of alumni has embraced Think and Do.
Kerri Johnson: Remarkable Researcher
Undergraduate research has been a major part of graduating biological sciences student Kerri Johnson’s NC State experience.
College Textbooks Largely Overlook the Most Common Animals
Biology textbooks devote less than 1 percent of their text to discussing insects, which make up more than 60 percent of animal species.