Nanoparticle research paper published in chemistry journal
Bakhtiyor Rasulev, research associate at the Center for Computationally Assisted Science and Technology, had a paper published in Chemistry of Materials.
The paper, titled “Zeta Potential for Metal...
Science Café to discuss reasoning of physics experts, novices
NDSU’s next Science Café will explore intuition and how it impacts reasoning in physics.
Mila Kryjevskaia, assistant professor of physics, is scheduled to present “Intuition and Reasoning in Physics:...
Cancer prevention expert to speak at NDSU
A researcher whose laboratory discovered a crucial link in establishing secondhand smoke as a lung carcinogen in nonsmokers is scheduled to speak at NDSU.
Stephen S. Hecht, Wallin Professor of...
NDSU to host English graduate student conference
NDSU's English Graduate Organization is set to host the Red River Graduate Student Conference, "The Field in Motion: Past, Present and Future of English Studies," scheduled for Friday and Saturday,...
NDSU student receives Astronaut Scholarship
Bridget Eklund, an NDSU senior majoring in microbiology, has received the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship for 2015-16, according to the Office of the Provost.
The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation...
Accounting faculty member published in regulatory journal
Tom Dowdell, associate professor of accounting, has had his paper, “The Effect of In-Process Research and Development Capitalization on M&A and Purchase Price Allocations,” accepted for Research in...
Cereal science doctoral student earns award at national meeting
Cereal science doctoral student Hazila Khalid won the People’s Choice Award for best poster at the 2015 NC-213 Annual Meeting of the U.S. Quality Grains Research Consortium. The meeting took place...
EPSCoR state conference set for April 22
The North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, known as EPSCoR, has scheduled its 2015 State Conference for April 22 at the Holiday Inn, Fargo. Research faculty and their...
Endowed chair established to continue potato pathology research
The odds are good Neil Gudmestad had a hand in getting your helping of potatoes to the dinner table. The longtime NDSU potato pathologist is one of the foremost disease researchers for the world’s...
NDSU faculty elected Transportation Research Forum officers