Student researchers present at microbiological meeting
Graduate and undergraduate researchers from the NDSU Department of Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences presented research at the 80th annual meeting of the North Central Branch of the American...
'Mini poplar gardens' pair research and outreach
Jill Hamilton, NDSU assistant professor of biological sciences, is participating in a new garden-based research network, funded by the National Science Foundation Plant Genome Research program.
NDSU researchers awarded grant for Indigenous-based STEM education
NDSU, North Dakota Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (known as EPSCoR) and partner institutions across the nation have been awarded a one-year, $770,143 collaborative grant from...
NDSU leading international research team to protect Naval vessels from fouling
NDSU has received a three-year, $5,792,117 grant from the Office of Naval Research to combat contaminants on ship hulls and ice on ship structures.
“Infrastructure is constantly plagued by the...
Geosciences faculty member receives grants, publishes research
Benjamin J.C. Laabs, associate professor of geosciences, has received two research grants and published a paper in a leading journal.
Laabs is the principal investigator on a grant from the U.S....
NDSU student team wins Disruptive Innovation Challenge
A team of NDSU engineering and architecture students is a winner in the Disruptive Innovation Challenge sponsored by DisruptWell. A disruptive innovation is described as a product or service that...
NDSU professor publishes article on drugs to combat COVID-19
Birgit Pruess, NDSU professor of microbiological sciences, has written a review article about drugs being tested to fight COVID-19 and its infection agent, SARS C0V-2.
NDSU receives grant for high-performance computing technology
NDSU researchers will gain a new supercomputing cluster through a Major Research Instrumentation grant from the National Science Foundation. The state-of-the-art system, called “Thunder Prime,” is...
NDSU robotic platform to teach ag producers of the future
The NDSU Precision Agriculture Program’s new robotic platform may soon be used to teach tomorrow’s producers. The high-tech “Weedbot system” had its first field test on July 2.
The device is 6...
NDSU receives rangeland management study grant
NDSU has been awarded a $499,242 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study rangeland management strategies.
"Working rangelands are a pillar...