NDSU researcher works to create model to predict microplastic toxicity
Bakhtiyor Rasulev, associate professor of coatings and polymeric materials, is working to create a new model to determine the toxicity of microplastics.
A new study by Bakhtiyor Rasulev, NDSU…
Engineering assistant professor receives NSF CAREER Award
Trung Le, NDSU assistant professor of civil, construction and environmental engineering, conducts research on river ice.
Trung Le, assistant professor of civil, construction and environmental…
Microbiology undergraduate students publish course project
Kaylee Weigel and Kathleen Ruff-Schmidt, microbiology majors in the NDSU Department of Microbiological Sciences, published an article about their capstone course project in the American Journal of…
NDSU researchers receive USDA grant
Birgit Pruess, professor of microbiological sciences, and Barney Geddes, assistant professor of microbiological sciences, have received a Specialty Crop Block Grant from the USDA’s Agricultural…
ND University System, NDSU and UND partnering in regional technology and innovation alliance
The North Dakota University System, NDSU, and UND are partnering with the Montana University System and 11 colleges and universities from a five-state region to create a regional technology and…
Political science professor named Clouston Family Fellow
Nicholas Bauroth, NDSU professor of political science, was named the department’s inaugural Clouston Family Political Science and Public Policy Faculty Fellow.
With the fellowship, Bauroth plans to…
NDSU researcher receives NSF grant to improve physics and chemistry education
NDSU continues to build upon its national reputation as a leader in STEM education research with a recent award of $804,191 from the National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education.
NDSU Research Foundation welcomes new board members
The NDSU Research Foundation added three new board members at the Oct. 14 board of directors meeting. The NDSU Research Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organization that facilitates the…
NDSU accounting research influences SEC rule
Research by an NDSU accounting faculty member influenced a recent Securities and Exchange Commission rule regarding the clawback rules for erroneously earned compensation. The rule on “Standards for…
Dry bean research returns good worldwide economic value
An economic study that analyzed 40 years of data from international agricultural research efforts led by U.S. universities showed that an initial investment of $1.24 billion has returned more than…