Genetic studies presented to honor a pioneer
Forestry and Environmental Resources researchers Lilian Matallana, Jack Wang, José Jimenez and Edwin Lauer, joined other young global researchers in Sweden for seminars on sustainable forestry leading up to the Wallenberg Prize presentation with Ron Sederoff.
So Much Cutting-Edge Research in Sweden
Two Forestry and Environmental Resources post-doctoral researchers, Lilian Matallana and Jack Wang, and two doctoral students, José Jimenez and Edwin Lauer, joined 33 other young global researchers in Sweden for seminars and networking sessions leading up to the Wallenberg Prize presentation.
O Christmas Tree, How Lovely Are Thy Branches that Retain Needles
Forestry and Environmental Resources Post-Doctoral Research Scholar Lilian Matallana is trying to improve the quality of Fraser fir in the North Carolina Christmas tree market by pinpointing the gene responsible for needle retention.
Student Spotlight: Matthew Adkins
Environmental Sciences major Matthew Adkins spent his Maymester studying abroad in Mexico, exploring Sustainability in Emerging Countries.
Scientists say ‘gene drives’ are too risky for field trials
Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources Associate Professor of Science, Policy and Society Jason Delborne comments on the impact of gene drives on mosquitos and invasive species.
Ron Sederoff Papers Now Available
The NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) has released Emeritus Distinguished University Professor Ron Sederoff's Papers to researchers. Sederoff recently received the Wallenberg Prize, which is considered the Nobel Prize of Forestry.
Getting in Touch to Stop an Epidemic
Devon Gaydos, Ph.D. student in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, is using tangible user interfaces designed by the Center for Geospatial Analytics to help Oregon stakeholders fight infectious forest disease.
Carolina Hemlock Populations: Isolated and Imperiled
NC State Forestry and Environmental Resources researchers and CAMCORE take a closer look at restoration of the Carolina Hemlock, an endangered species.
New Arkansas Industrial Wood Pellet Mill Raises Green Stakes
Carl Alwin Schenck Professor of Forestry Bob Abt discusses wood pellets as an alternative fuel source as Arkansas opens its first wood biomass factory.
Student Spotlight: Sarah Dance
Environmental Sciences major Sarah Dance studied abroad in China, where she focused her time on plant identification and Chinese culture.