NDSU researchers created a patent pending 3-D printed silk spinning device that mimics the natural gland structures of the spider and the silkworm
Almost 30 percent of people are targeted at some time during their work histories, according to NDSU associate professor
With more than 1,600 products using nanotechnology on the market, a team of undergraduate researchers at North Dakota State University (NDSU) is examining how people perceive such products and how these products might ultimately affect the environment.
The Valspar Corp. and NDSU have announced two new scholarship programs to provide opportunities for students studying coatings and polymeric materials at the university.
A substance linked to mood enhancement could be a key to combating bacteria that can cause a serious foodborne illness, NDSU researchers say.
Four universities in North Dakota and South Dakota have been awarded a $6 million grant to establish the Dakota Bioprocessing Consortium, also known as DakotaBioCon, and conduct collaborative research.