NC State Charcuterie School Teaches Art, Science of Cured Meats
NC State Extension Meat Specialist (and connoisseur of cured meats) Dr. Dana Hanson and his team offer a unique course on how to make tasty -- and safe -- charcuterie.
Daubert Named University Research Fellow
As an NC State Vice Chancellor Research Fellow, Dr. Christopher R. Daubert will lead a study on entrepreneurial culture at peer and aspirational universities.
Synonymous with Seafood
As he prepares to retire from the NC State Seafood Lab and CMAST -- both of which he helped create -- Dr. David Green reflects on the last three decades and looks ahead to the future of the North Carolina seafood industry.
Food Science Grad Students Win National Product Development Competition
Food science grad students Currey Nobles and Travis Tennant took home top honors in the university division of the 2016 American Cured Meat Championships.
Putting the Science in Low and Slow
NC State University's BBQ Camp takes participants back to school as they study the science behind the art that is barbecue. The two-day seminar was the first public offering of a university-level, science-based class of its type in the Southeast.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences researchers John Cavanagh and Rodolphe Barrangou are among the NC State scientists working on different approaches to fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Jaykus honored for graduate mentoring
Dr. Lee-Ann Jaykus of the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences was among four senior NC State University faculty members recognized this week by the Graduate School for being outstanding mentors for graduate students.
Foegeding wins one of food science’s highest honors
Dr. Allen Foegeding recently won the Nicolas Appert Award, the highest award given by the Institute of Food Technologists, or IFT.
Online nutrition master’s program rated top in U.S.
NC State University recently ranked number one in the nation when it comes to online master's of nutrition programs, according to BestColleges.com.
Barrangou wins esteemed medical research prize
Rodolphe Barrangou, an NC State professor and pioneer of the discovery of the adaptive bacterial immune system known as CRISPR, has been named a recipient of the 2016 Canada Gairdner International Award, one of the world’s most esteemed medical research prizes.