NDSU researcher receives award to study how countries control online access to information
Dan Pemstein, associate professor of political science and public policy, has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $737,487 to study the impact of misinformation on social media and how…
NDSU researchers receive Department of Energy grant
Four NDSU researchers have received a three-year $1.9 million grant from the Department of Energy for a project titled “Data-Driven and Computationally Assisted Design of Near-Infrared Emissive…
Plant sciences researcher recognized for article
Filipe Matias, NDSU plant sciences research scientist, received The Plant Phenome Journal Outstanding Article of the Year award for 2021. Titled “FIELDimageR: An R Package to Analyze Orthomosaic…
NDSU researchers use cell phones to measure road roughness
Transportation researchers at NDSU recently published techniques that will help refine the use of sensors in smart phones to measure road roughness.
Researchers help identify micromobility system locations for small cities
NDSU researchers have developed an analytical process for identifying optimal station locations for scooter and bike sharing systems and other forms of micromobility in small cities and rural areas.
NDSU and North Dakota Highway Patrol receive funding to improve commercial vehicle safety
NDSU’s Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute was recently awarded two grants totaling more than $600,000 for projects to improve commercial vehicle safety. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety…
NDSU researcher named project director for $1.3 million multi-state grant
Greta Gramig, associate professor of plant sciences, has been named the project director of a $1.3 million multi-state United States Department of Agriculture–National Institute of Food and…
Criminal justice professor writes keynote paper for journal
Carol A. Archbold, Walter F. and Verna Gehrts Endowed Professor and chair of the Department of Criminal Justice, wrote the keynote paper for September’s special section on police accountability for…
NDSU Archives celebrates National Archives Month with new collection
NDSU Archives has acquired the Lutheran Social Services Collection.
First founded in 1919 and having closed its doors earlier this year, the non-profit agency provided essential services for North…
NDSU receives grant for state-of-the-art biomedical and structural biology instrument
Researchers at NDSU have been awarded an S10 grant from the National Institutes of Health that will provide a state-of-the-art instrument called an analytical ultracentrifuge, known as an AUC.