3D printing plant cells shows promise for studying cell function

A new study from North Carolina State University shows a reproducible way of studying cellular communication among varied types of plant cells by "bioprinting" these cells via a 3D printer. Learning more about how plant cells ...

Study opens door to new class of slippery, water-loving surfaces

Researchers have demonstrated that engineered surfaces can be hydrophilic—meaning they have a strong affinity for water—and yet extremely slippery. The work runs counter to conventional wisdom regarding the development ...

Study outlines one way employers can head off 'quiet quitting'

A recent study from North Carolina State University finds that companies can address "quiet quitting" among employees by ensuring employees spend time with other people who identify with the company. The findings can inform ...

Wildfire smoke may have amplified Arctic phytoplankton bloom

Smoke from a Siberian wildfire may have transported enough nitrogen to parts of the Arctic Ocean to amplify a phytoplankton bloom, according to new research from North Carolina State University and the International Research ...

Study outlines steps to reduce 'cybervetting' bias in hiring

A new paper on cybervetting says that organizations need to develop and implement clearly defined rules regarding how they use online information about job candidates. Failing to better regulate their use of cybervetting ...

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