Graduate students recognized at cereal chemists meeting
Cereal and food sciences graduate students Ana Magallanes-López and Maneka Malalgoda were recognized with awards during the American Association of Cereal Chemists International meeting in London,...
Uniqarta Moves into NDSU Research Building
Uniqarta, a Fargo company specializing in electronics manufacturing technology, has signed an agreement with NDSU that will give the company laboratory space and access to specialized equipment.
NDSU professor featured on 'Today' show
NDSU psychology professor Clay Routledge recently was featured during a segment about nostalgia on NBC’s “Today” show.
NDSU cybersecurity students working to ensure your vote is safe and secure
NDSU Cybersecurity students and professors are striving to prevent stolen data and tampering with votes electronically
by teaching and learning how to detect and respond to issues with voting...
NDSU professor named to world climatology team
F. Adnan Akyüz, professor of climatological practice and state climatologist, has been selected as an expert representing the United States by the World Meteorological Organization Commission on...
Livestock stewardship specialist named 2018 Communicator of the Year
Miranda Meehan, NDSU Extension's livestock environmental stewardship specialist, has been honored with the 2018 Communicator of the Year award.
NDSU researcher presents on 24/7 Sobriety Program
NDSU researcher Kimberly Vachal recently presented an assessment of North Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety Program at the 62nd annual scientific conference of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive...
Moos, Ewes and More set for Saturday
NDSU’s Department of Animal Sciences is set to host the ninth annual Moos, Ewes and More on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NDSU Equine Center
The U.S. imports this bee by the gallon. Why can't we raise our own?
Researchers at NDSU's Insect Cryobiology and Ecophysiology Network lab are studying the alfalfa leafcutter bee. These solitary bees could help triple the production of nearby alfalfa fields.
Faculty participate in award-winning Belfield revitalization project
Faculty members from the NDSU Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture participated in a project that recently was honored with a Main Street Award from N.D. Gov. Doug Burgum.