Archived Feature Stories—2015
Early bird that snoozes loses
An international study led by an NDSU researcher provides insight into the evolution of the body clock.
NDSU grad student invited speaker at Gordon Research Seminar
This may be the ultimate recycling. NDSU grad student Ramya Raghunathan served as invited speaker to discuss her research developing a plastic that can be turned back into its original molecules and reused.
The Origami of Thin Films
While many of us crumple up a piece of paper in frustration, physicist Andrew Croll views it as something quite different.
Students win in Innovation Challenge '15
NDSU students participating in Innovation Challenge '15 are inventing products and services with potential future impacts.
Revealing the mysteries of funding for humanities
What projects get funded and why are sometimes mysteries.
NDSU undergrads discuss research with state lawmakers
Students share research results with legislators in Bismarck
NDSU students research destructive honeybee disease
Elliott Welker is the scientist who wants to be a beekeeper, and Garett Slater is the beekeeper who wants to be a scientist.
NDSU graduate students share research on healthy aging
People are living longer and want to know how to live better.