License agreement announced to develop cancer treatment compounds
The NDSU Research Foundation and OncoThira have entered into a license agreement involving technology developed at NDSU.
OncoThira will develop and market compounds discovered by NDSU...
Pharmacy faculty member named Emerging Teaching Scholar
Jeanne Frenzel, NDSU associate professor of pharmacypractice, is one of just five Emerging Teaching Scholars in the U.S. selected by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
Criteria for the...
NDSU student receives international research fellowship
Pick an “e” word. Energized, educated, enthusiastic, eloquent. They all describe how engaged NDSU undergraduate student Christy Anderson becomes when doing her research in the lab of Sathish...
NDSU researcher publishes study on developing an insulin pill
One mother vividly remembers her three-and-a-half-year-old son’s pleas when he received insulin injections several times each day. “He would beg and plead, ‘Don’t do it, momma!’” she recalls.
Dementia continuing education available for pharmacists
North Dakota pharmacists can participate in free continuing education opportunities about dementia care at sessions scheduled during June and August in in Fargo and Bismarck. Offered by the NDSU...
NDSU communication staff earn awards
Four NDSU communications professionals were honored for their work during North Dakota Professional Communicators’ recent conference in Fargo.
The four receiving awards in the 2018 North Dakota...
Pharmacists association gives generous donation for NDSU pharmacy education
The North Dakota Pharmacists Association announced a $500,000 donation to the NDSU School of Pharmacy for a Concept Pharmacy in the new, privately funded Sudro Hall Addition being constructed on the...
NDSU breaks ground on Sudro Hall expansion project
NDSU leaders, students and supporters celebrated the start of a construction project to expand Sudro Hall, home of the university’s College of Health Professions, during a groundbreaking ceremony...
Researchers develop improved production method for synthetic silk fibers
Nobody does it better than nature, but NDSU researchers are getting a step closer.
While Spider-Man shoots silk from his wrists, real spiders and silkworms have a better way and researchers in the ...
Children's book launch scheduled
The NDSU Department of Human Development and Family Science, NDSU Department of Public Health and the Feminist Press at CUNY will present the Fargo book launch of “Tell Me About Sex, Grandma,”...