NDSU crop variety releases announced
The North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station recently announced three new crop varieties.
NDSU computer science students excel in cyber competition
NDSU won four top 10 finishes during the National Cyber League’s Fall 2018 team competition and came in 19th overall out of more than 350 teams.
Scholarships awarded to plant sciences students
North Dakota Crop Improvement and Seed Association scholarships were awarded to NDSU Department of Plant Sciences students Elizabeth Blessum, Vincent Carruth and Kaden Martinson.
NDSU researchers studying new use for flax fibers
NDSU mechanical engineering researcher and professor Chad Ulven and his graduate advisee, MD Zahirul Islam are assessing the strengths and weaknesses of a flax-fiber reinforced biocomposites.
Mechanical engineering professor looking for a new way to package food
Bio-based materials are important to many industries, and one common usage can be found in food packaging. Recent efforts involving NDSU researchers have resulted in food packaging being developed...
Graduate students study historic North Dakota homestead
NDSU architecture students investigated and documented the Leingang-Renner homestead located near St. Anthony, North Dakota. The deteriorating stone house is the childhood home of Fern Renner-Welk,...
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...