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Media outlets regularly report center research featured in press releases by NC State News. Here are some selected highlights from recent years:

 

Feb. 16, 2017  |  WRAL.com  | VIDEO: A touching scene in NCSU lab means someone changed the simulation

 

 

 

 

 

NCSU default profileSocial Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research

Oct. 31, 2016  |  News release  |  Instagram, Flickr and Panoramio reveal the most valued features of European landscapes.

 

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Oct. 31, 2016  |  PHYS.ORG  |  Social Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research

 

Science Focus

 

Oct. 31, 2016  |  Science Focus  |  Social Media the Saviour of European Beauty Spots?

 

IANS live

 

Nov. 2, 2016  |   IANSlive.in |  Instagram Photos May Help Identify Landscape Hotspots

 

 

The Hindu

Nov. 3, 2016  |  The Hindu  |  Instagram Photos May Help Identify Landscape Hotspots

 

Publico                                   Nov. 3, 2016  |  PublicoHá ciência no Instagram? Investigadores garantem que sim

 

 

environmental_research_webNov. 11, 2016  |  Environmental Research Web  |  Social Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research

 

 

 

A Post Mortem on Sudden Oak DeathNCSU default profile

May 18, 2016   |  The Abstract   |  Geospatial computer modeling tracks not only disease transmission but also the human, financial and political realities of controlling an epidemic.

 

17-Washington-Post-LogoMay 2, 2016  |  The Washington Post  |  This Disease Has Killed a Million Trees in California, and Scientists Say it’s Basically Unstoppable

 

Latimes-logoMay 2, 2016  |  Los Angeles Times  |  Eradication of ‘Sudden Oak Death’ Disease Is No Longer Possible in California

 

Science DailyMay 2, 2016  |  Science Daily  |  Californian Sudden Oak Death Epidemic ‘Unstoppable’

 

 

 

Citizen Science Helps Predict Risk of Emerging Infectious DiseaseNCSU default profile

May 1, 2015  |  News release  |  More than 1,600 trained volunteers, from high school students to firefighters, contributed to a sudden oak death tracking project that accurately predicted the disease’s spread, showing the promise for crowdsourced science.

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May 1, 2015  |  PHYS.ORG  |  Citizen Science Helps Predict Risk of Emerging Infectious Disease

 

 

September 30, 2015  |  Executive Office of the President of the United States – Office of Science and Technology Policy – Executive Memo from John Holdren to the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies