NC Research Explores Implications of Antibiotic Pollution

September 14, 2019 | Dave Shaw

While the benefits of antibiotics are well understood, therein lies a mystery: the environmental implications of antibiotics pollution.

Wetland Chemical Composition Changes Hourly

September 10, 2019 | Katelyn Vause

Nitrate levels in wetlands fluctuate throughout the day, according to a new study from researchers at NC State. The findings have implications for how to measure and account for nitrate, which can originate from fertilizers and sometimes act as a pollutant.

Neighborhood Disaster Recovery: Count Your Assets

September 3, 2019 | Dave Shaw

Make a plan. Build a kit. Help your neighbors.

Few Traces Remain from 19th-Century “Wild and Terrific” Hurricanes

August 28, 2019 | Katelyn Vause

More than 100 years ago, two hurricanes tore up the North Carolina coast with little warning and a devastating impact.

NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher Earns Sensory Inclusive Certification

August 27, 2019 | Katelyn Vause

The aquarium recently earned its Sensory Inclusive Certification. Staff from all departments, as well as many volunteers, underwent training to better understand and interact with guests with differing sensory characteristics.