Two companies graduate from NDSU Incubator
The NDSU Research and Technology Park is celebrating two more NDSU Incubator company graduates. OpGo Marketing and Red Diamond Coatings are moving forward from their incubation phase.
NDSU hosting international renewables symposium
NDSU is hosting the third International Symposium on Materials from Renewables July 17-18 on the NDSU campus. The event is co-organized by faculty at NDSU and the University of Georgia.
Faculty member reaches 100 research publications
Seth Rasmussen, NDSU professor of chemistry and biochemistry, reaches a significant milestone in his research career
NDSU student receives international research fellowship
NDSU undergraduate student Christy Anderson earns APS undergraduate summer research fellowship for students who have done research for nine months or less
Carrington Research Extension Center field tours set
An organic plot tour with sustainable agriculture topics will be one of the annual field tours at NDSU's Carrington Research Extension Center, scheduled for July 17. This year's tour will focus on...
NDSU Agronomy Seed Farm field tour scheduled
This year's field tour at the NDSU Agronomy Seed Farm near Casselton, North Dakota, will focus on precision agriculture, unmanned aerial vehicles, farm electrical safety, cereal grains, soybeans, crop...
Construction management and engineering chair appointed
Zhili “Jerry” Gao, associate professor, has been appointed chair of the NDSU Department of Construction Management and Engineering.
NDSU Students Present at TRF Annual Forum
Five NDSU students presented research at the 59th Annual Transportation Research Forum April 10-11 in Minneapolis
NDSU and UND awarded patent for unmanned aircraft systems technology
NDSU and the University of North Dakota have received a patent for technology that integrates energy-storing capacitors into the body or other large components of manned and unmanned aircraft systems
Jane Schuh named vice president of office of Research and Creative Activity
NDSU Provost Beth Ingram has announced Jane Schuh, professor of microbiological sciences, has accepted a one-year appointment as vice president for research and creative activity.