NDSU named Palo Alto Networks Authorized Cybersecurity Academy
The NDSU Department of Computer Science and Institute for Cyber Security Education and Research have been recognized as an authorized center for the Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy program.
New precision ag major offered at NDSU
The use of new and emerging technology is transforming the agriculture industry, and NDSU is now offering a new program so students can stay at the front edge of the curve.
NDSU Extension forester receives grant to research Red River flooding history
Researchers at NDSU and the University of Minnesota have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to search for evidence of historic floods along the Red River. They are looking for clues...
New study touts agricultural, environmental benefits of biochar
The many benefits of a biomass-made material called biochar are highlighted in a new publication
NDSU Professor Dean Webster Honored by Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office
NDSU Professor and Chair of Coatings and Polymeric Materials Dean Webster was honored during North Dakota Senator John Hoeven’s annual State of Technology conference recently held in Fargo.
Grazing lands biology workshop set
A workshop on the ways to manage grazing lands effectively is scheduled for Jan. 9-11, 2019, at the NDSU Dickinson Research Extension Center.
Professor honored by Durum Growers Association
Joel Ransom, professor and cereal crops Extension specialist, received the 2018 United States Durum Growers Association Amber Award.
Engineering professor presents research at international conference
Chad Ulven, professor of mechanical engineering, spoke at the Third International Conference on Composites, Biocomposites and Nanocomposites, known as ICCBN, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Nov. 7-9....
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.