Who Wins? Outcomes of Olympic-sized Events
Dr. Jason Bocarro, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Associate Professor, discusses the enduring economic, environmental and human impacts of a mega event, like the Olympics, in the book "Legacies and Mega Events: Fact or Fairy Tales?"
Let There Be Light – The Path to No Microbes
The College of Natural Resources and the College of Sciences partner to create the company, Lumicide, which will produce a new antimicrobial paint activated by air and light.
Student Spotlight: Michael Larkins
Paper Science and Chemical engineering double major spent a semester abroad in Rheinbach, Germany, researching the use of lignin in cellulose films for potential use in food packaging.
Investing in Ideas
Dr. Marian McCord and a team of interdisciplinary researchers from three NC State colleges received funding from the Chancellor's Innovation Fund to bring their clothing linen that defends against biting insects to market.
Big Oil, Small Schools
Nils Peterson, Associate Professor of Forestry and Environmental Resources, discusses how children may not be as susceptible to their teachers' opinions on climate change.
A Walk Around Campus
Dr. Aaron Hipp, Associate Professor of Community Health and Sustainability, helps Tim Peeler find ways to turn a hike across campus into a resource for workplace wellness.
Is Forest Bioenergy Carbon Neutral or Worse than Coal? Implications of Carbon Accounting Methods
Dr. Bob Abt, Carl Alwin Schenck Professor of Forestry, co-publishes a new paper on forest bioenergy and the environmental economics of climate change.
Bridging the Funding Gap from Research to Commercialization
The College of Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Textiles are working together to develop comfortable insect bite-resistant maternity line of clothing with support from the CIF.
‘Critter Cams’ help NC residents – and scientists – learn what’s creeping around
Dr. Roland Kays, Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor and Nature Research Center Biodiversity & Earth Observation Lab Director NC Museum of Natural Sciences, encourages citizen scientists in all 100 NC counties to participate in the Candid Critters wildlife survey.
Sustainability and Environment: The Future of Sport
Kyle Bunds, Assistant Professor in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, presented his research about tailgating culture and the environment at a conference featuring global speakers on "Sport and Sustainable Development: Setting a Research Agenda."