New Computer Program Aims to Reduce DNA Contamination in Microbial Samples
A new, open-source software package created by researchers at NC State and Stanford could help reduce contamination in microbial samples.
Can Genetic Engineering Save Disappearing Forests?
Forests in the US face many threats: climate change, invasive species, pests and pathogens. Could genetically engineering trees make these plants more resilient?
Research Finds Serious Problems With Forensic Software
New research finds significant flaws in recently released forensic software.
Major Study Sheds Light on Plant Growth
How does your garden grow? It’s complicated.
What Do Microbes in the Gut Eat?
NC State scientist studies the diet of bacteria and other organisms that inhabit the intestinal tract as he develops knowledge and technology aimed at improving health.
Kudos to Kuzma: Distinguished Professor Named AAAS Fellow
Jennifer Kuzma, Goodnight-North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Distinguished Professor in Social Sciences, has been elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Virtual Library of 1 Million New Macrolide Scaffolds Could Help Speed Drug Discovery
New virtual library of 1 million macrolide scaffolds could speed antibiotic, anti-cancer drug discovery
Military Students Choose MGIST for Career Training in Geospatial Intelligence
The Center for Geospatial Analytics’ MGIST ranks second only to NC State’s MBA as the graduate program with the most military enrollment across the university.
Researchers Identify Promising Proteins for Diagnostic, Prognostic Use in ALS
Researchers have identified proteins that may be useful in both earlier diagnosis of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and in more accurate disease prognosis.
Building Better Predictions from Polls
Inaccurate 2016 election predictions weren’t due to shy voters or flawed surveys, but to excessive averaging over multiple polls. An NC State statistician proposes a better model.