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Researchers at North Carolina State University partnered with scientists and analysts from around the globe to determine recommendations to improve pest-risk mapping to better inform decision makers on where and how to best combat pests.
A new national survey on public attitudes toward medical applications and physical enhancements that rely on nanotechnology shows that support for the technology increases when the public is informed of the technologyâ€™s risks as well as its benefits â€“ at least among those people who have heard of nanotechnology.
It can be difficult for parents of teenagers to come to terms with the fact their kids may have sex, particularly given widespread concerns about the consequences of teen sexual activity.
A researcher at North Carolina State University has developed a computer chip that can store an unprecedented amount of data â€“ enough to hold an entire libraryâ€™s worth of information on a single chip.
Virtualization and cloud computing allow computer users access to powerful computers and software applications hosted by remote groups of servers, but security concerns related to data privacy are limiting public confidence â€“ and slowing adoption of the new technology.
Two new studies from North Carolina State University show that young voters are not swayed by celebrity endorsements of political candidates â€“ and sometimes voters like the candidate less as a result of receiving a celebrityâ€™s endorsement.
We all know that eating a calcium-rich diet is important for keeping our bones healthy and strong.
In military and security situations, a split second can make the difference between life and death, so North Carolina State Universityâ€™s development of new â€œsmart sensorsâ€ that allow for faster response times from military applications is important.
If your home region has a hot, wet climate and a lot of different kinds of birds and mammals living in it, there's a really good chance the region will also contain numerous kinds of pathogens that cause human diseases.
A researcher at North Carolina State University has helped to develop a new method for describing the binding of protons and neutrons within nuclei.
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