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How survivors adapt in a post-apocalyptic world

NC State researchers look to history to see what survivors of major extinctions look like. 


How survivors adapt in a post-apocalyptic world

October 27, 2017

The burning question I have every time I watch a movie featuring a major disaster or apocalypse, is what does the world look like with few remaining survivors?

Why this newfound trait in corn could be a force against crop disease

NC State researchers discovered a gene that shows unique resistance against multiple crop diseases. 


Why this newfound trait in corn could be a force against crop disease

September 19, 2017

Just like people, plants get sick. Discolored spots grow on the leaves and black bruises appear on roots and fruit until the plant cannot even grow properly.

Here are seven things you may not know about hurricane names

How are hurricanes named? Read about the history of hurricane naming protocol, and the current naming system.


The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. In addition to the National Hurricane Center's annual predictions before the season starts, and the very real and vitally important concerns about the storms themselves, there is always a question about how hurricanes are named. So, here are seven things you should know about Hurricane names.

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