NDSU researchers present at optics and photonics conference
NDSU researchers Ying Huang, Pan Lu and Raj Bridgelall presented the paper "Road sensor network for smart city applications" at the Conference on Nondestructive Characterization and Monitoring of...
NDSU animal science research reported by meat industry website
Recent research from the NDSU animal sciences department was reported by the Meatingplace website. The researchers developed a computer vision system with artificial intelligence modeling technology...
Renowned oral pathologist to give Distinguished Lecture Series talk
The NDSU College of Engineering is set to host cell regeneration authority and oral pathologist Malcolm Snead during its Distinguished Lecture Series
Plant sciences graduate students receive travel grants
Four NDSU plant sciences graduate students received travel grants to attend the 2018 University of Minnesota Production Agriculture Symposium in February. They each presented research.
Competition to showcase student innovation
The NDSU Innovation Challenge’s “Project Showcase” is scheduled for Wednesday, March 21, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the NDSU Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom. During the event, competition...
NDSU certificate student looks to impact health care for Native Americans
Kymberly Ludwig is one of the few Native American pharmacy graduate students in the country who intends to work exclusively in Native communities. Her career goal is to manage her own pharmacy in a...
Faculty Lecture honoree to address new world order
Thomas Ambrosio, NDSU professor of political science and researcher, has been selected to present the 57th Faculty Lecture, which is considered one of NDSU’s most prestigious honors.
Pharmaceutical sciences graduate student wins Three Minute Thesis competition
Farnaz Fouladi, a pharmaceutical sciences doctoral student studying results of weight-reduction surgery, delivered the top presentation at NDSU's Three Minute Thesis Competition hosted by the College...
Health, nutrition and exercise science department seeks research participants
The NDSU Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Science is seeking healthy individuals for research studies.
Groundbreaking Research at NDSU Could Change the Future of Cancer (www.kvrr.com)
Interview with NDSU researcher Dr. Kalpana Katti, Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses her groundbreaking cancer research.