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Arborvax's Dengue Vaccine Is Now Ready for Clinical Trials: Arborvax, a spinoff of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences at NC State University, uses technology developed by NCSU researchers Rachel Hernandez & Dennis Brown, who have studied how the virus enters a cell.    Read more here:  http://wraltechwire.com/arbovax-s-dengue-vaccine-is-now-ready-for-clinical-trials/12242329/

Arborvax's Dengue Vaccine Is Now Ready for Clinical Trials: Arborvax, a spinoff of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences at NC State University, uses technology developed by NCSU researchers Rachel Hernandez & Dennis Brown, who have studied how the virus enters a cell. Read more here: http://wraltechwire.com/arbovax-s-dengue-vaccine-is-now-ready-for-clinical-trials/12242329/

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Breakthrough may lead to industrial production of graphene devices #NanoTehcnology #STEM #Science

Breakthrough may lead to industrial production of graphene devices

Breakthrough may lead to industrial production of graphene devices #NanoTehcnology #STEM #Science

The Farm To Fork picnic on May 20 in Hurdle Mills, NC, benefits farmer training programs at the Center for Environmental Farming Systems and the Breeze Farm in Orange County. Tickets on sale now.

The Farm To Fork picnic on May 20 in Hurdle Mills, NC, benefits farmer training programs at the Center for Environmental Farming Systems and the Breeze Farm in Orange County. Tickets on sale now.

Here you will find courses, modules, and tutorials designed to help you implement Citizen Science programs in your educational setting.

Here you will find courses, modules, and tutorials designed to help you implement Citizen Science programs in your educational setting.

Two CALS faculty received Outstanding Global Engagement Awards from the NCSU Office of International Affairs. Honored were Dr. Siddhartha Thakur, who studies swine health & reproduction, and plant biologist, Dr. Qiuyun “Jenny” Xiang. They were honored for efforts to promote international research, teaching, extension & development. Dr. Tomislav Vukina, Agricultural & Resource Economics, was also nominated.

Two CALS faculty received Outstanding Global Engagement Awards from the NCSU Office of International Affairs. Honored were Dr. Siddhartha Thakur, who studies swine health & reproduction, and plant biologist, Dr. Qiuyun “Jenny” Xiang. They were honored for efforts to promote international research, teaching, extension & development. Dr. Tomislav Vukina, Agricultural & Resource Economics, was also nominated.

Arborvax's dengue vaccine is now ready for clinical trials    The core technology was developed by Dr. Rachel Hernandez & Dr. Dennis Brown of CALS' Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry. They focus their research on how a virus enters a cell to produce infection. Read more:  http://wraltechwire.com/arbovax-s-dengue-vaccine-is-now-ready-for-clinical-trials/12242329/

Arborvax's dengue vaccine is now ready for clinical trials The core technology was developed by Dr. Rachel Hernandez & Dr. Dennis Brown of CALS' Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry. They focus their research on how a virus enters a cell to produce infection. Read more: http://wraltechwire.com/arbovax-s-dengue-vaccine-is-now-ready-for-clinical-trials/12242329/

NCSU's Dunphy, Koenning Involved In Award Winning Crop Protection  Crop scientist, Dr. Jim Dunphy and plant pathologist, Steve Koenning, have for years fought Asian soybean rust, which emerged as a threat to US crops in 2004. Thanks to their efforts, the US has not seen the 80% crop losses experienced in some other countries.    They helped develop the Soybean Rust PIPE for integrated control. See:  http://sbr.ipmpipe.org/cgi-bin/sbr/public.cgi

NCSU's Dunphy, Koenning Involved In Award Winning Crop Protection Crop scientist, Dr. Jim Dunphy and plant pathologist, Steve Koenning, have for years fought Asian soybean rust, which emerged as a threat to US crops in 2004. Thanks to their efforts, the US has not seen the 80% crop losses experienced in some other countries. They helped develop the Soybean Rust PIPE for integrated control. See: http://sbr.ipmpipe.org/cgi-bin/sbr/public.cgi

NC State-Eastman relationship blazes new trail: NCSU has entered into a unique partnership with Eastman Chemical Co., which opened quarters on Centennial Campus recently. The partnership is unique: the company retains more control over intellectual rights from revenue-generating research conducted at the Eastman Innovation Center and in return, Eastman pledged $ 10M in research funding to NCSU. |  http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/blog/2013/04/nc-state-eastman-relationship-blazes.html

NC State-Eastman relationship blazes new trail: NCSU has entered into a unique partnership with Eastman Chemical Co., which opened quarters on Centennial Campus recently. The partnership is unique: the company retains more control over intellectual rights from revenue-generating research conducted at the Eastman Innovation Center and in return, Eastman pledged $ 10M in research funding to NCSU. | http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/blog/2013/04/nc-state-eastman-relationship-blazes.html

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