Science Cafe to look at environmental changes on the prairie
NDSU assistant professor of biological sciences Jon Sweetman is scheduled to present “Mud and Bugs – Understanding past environmental changes in the Prairie Potholes” Tuesday, April 10, at 7 p.m. for...
Staff member earns recognition at national cancer conference
Danielle Pinnick, NDSU Center for Immunization Research and Education’s AFIX project manager, has been recognized with the top-ranked abstract for Prevent Cancer Foundation’s upcoming national...
Toolkit assists pharmacists to increase adult immunization rates in North Dakota
A project developed by the NDSU School of Pharmacy and Center for Immunization Research and Education in the NDSU Department of Public Health aims to help increase adult immunization rates in the...
Protein Society Recognizes NDSU Researcher Paper
The Protein Society recently selected a paper published by the NDSU research group of Dr. Sangita Sinha, as one of the two "Best Paper" awards for 2017. Each year the not-for-profit scholarly...
Choice Award winners selected at Innovation Challenge showcase event
Student teams received People’s Choice and Sponsors' Choice Awards during the NDSU Innovation Challenge showcase March 21 at the NDSU Memorial Union.
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...