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Long exposure photograph of a flowing stream in Umstead State Park in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Jul 3, 2024

Open Space Has Increased in the Triangle, But There’s Still Work To Be Done

Population growth and development continue to outpace open space protection across the region, highlighting the need for continued investment in land conservation.

Acadian flycatcher perched on a dead tree branch in a marsh.

Jul 1, 2024

Some Birds ‘Win’ and Some ‘Lose’ with Sea Level Rise, Expert Says

Global sea level rise is accelerating every year due to climate change, and it could threaten the very existence of some coastal bird species.

Cotton branch with pile of folded bed sheets and blankets.

Jun 7, 2024

Researchers Turn to Cottonseed Oil to Replace Toxic Chemicals in Textiles, Paper Products

NC State researchers are exploring the use of cottonseed oil to create non-allergenic, biodegradable products that can be used as finishing agents for fabrics and wet-strength agents for paper products.

Female worker inspects solar panels.

Jun 6, 2024

Building the Renewable Energy Workforce of the Future

A new program aims to enhance the workforce development pipeline for North Carolina students and improve the representation of minorities in the renewable energy sector.

The Jefferson monument in Washington, D.C. framed by a spectacular cherry blossom display. Focus on the monument background.

Apr 8, 2024

Removal of DC’s Cherry Blossoms Reflects Troubling Future For Coastal Forests

“It’s a great example of where people can see the effects of sea level rise and what’s happening all over the East Coast,” says NC State expert Marcelo Ardón.

A group of people posing for a photo.

Apr 4, 2024

Training the Next Generation of Scientists to Tackle Water Pollution

NC State professor Angela Allen is training students to conduct water quality testing and monitoring through the Environmental Resource Clinic Student Training Program.

Headshot of Kai Lan.

Apr 2, 2024

Meet Forest Biomaterials Professor Kai Lan

Lan is an assistant professor of sustainability science and engineering in the Department of Forest Biomaterials.

A pollen cloud floating in the air.

Apr 1, 2024

Seasonal Allergies Are Back, But Don’t Blame All Trees For Your Pollen Problems

Certain trees produce more pollen than others, according to NC State professor Robert Bardon.

Mar 14, 2024

Tourism is Booming in Raleigh. Here’s Why

Raleigh is becoming one of North America's top destinations, according to one NC State professor.

A hunter standing in a field.

Mar 13, 2024

Experts Share Strategies for Recruiting Hunters on College Campuses

Research shows that college campuses offer prime habitat for hunter recruitment efforts.