A technology developed at North Dakota State University, Fargo, creates precise in-the-ground measurement and monitoring of soil and crop conditions which could provide opportunities for greater yields. The technology also has led to a new start-up company, the c2sensor Corp.
A discovery by researchers at North Dakota State University, Fargo, holds scientific promise that could lead to a new type of plastic that can be broken down when exposed to a specific type of light and is reduced back to molecules, which could then be used to create new plastic.
Plan for a potential urban park for downtown Fargo, identify and stop bugs that can decimate crops, conduct historical research to create costumes for the production Little Shop of Horrors—these and other projects were shared by more than 70 NDSU undergraduate students at NDSU EXPLORE.
A new multi-million-dollar grant in North Dakota over the next five years is slated to build research infrastructure and strengthen North Dakota's research competitiveness.
Three North Dakota high school students scored with a summer project that tastes good and also teaches them engineering principles.
Clayton Miranda takes a deep breath and gently fingers the valves of his treasured trumpet.
May 2014 graduate Katherine Thoreson will soon use her talents to teach European students how to confidently converse in English.
Clarity and comprehension – those are the goals of NDSU doctoral student Jessie Arneson in her work to improve science education.
New research by Dr. Benjamin Balas and NDSU graduate Christopher Tonsager, published online in the London-based journal Perception, shows that it takes more than eyes to make a face look human.
With more than 1,600 productsusing nanotechnology on the market, a team of undergraduate researchers at North Dakota State University, Fargo, is examining how people perceive such products and how these products might ultimately affect the environment.
The North Dakota State University Research Foundation (NDSU/RF) announced today that it has concluded a license agreement with Elinor Specialty Coatings, Fargo, N.D., for a breakthrough hexavalent chromium-free coatings technology.