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Alumni Spotlight: Matthew Jones

Matthew Jones is a graduate of NC State with two degrees from the Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE) department. He first graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree, and again in 2008 with a Ph.D, focusing his study on the thermal impacts of stormwater control measures. He recently received the BAE department’s first[…] Read More

Wetland Restoration and NC State: The North River Farms Wetland Restoration Project

Wetland restoration is a crucial tool in sustaining, preserving and rebuilding natural environments along waterways. Wetland restoration includes many different techniques and instruments to build and evaluate their effectiveness, and this month’s Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE) Online Blog takes a closer look at a specific, local wetland restoration project. What is Wetland Restoration? Wetlands[…] Read More

BAE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Celso Castro-Bolinaga and Sediment Transport

Biological and Agricultural Engineering has an enormous amount of applications, as we’ve learned in past months. But in this month’s Biological and Agricultural Engineering Online Blog, we look at just one more way BAE impacts the world around us. We spoke to Dr. Celso Castro-Bolinaga, a former hydraulic project engineer from Venezuela who is now[…] Read More

Topics in Biological and Agricultural Engineering: Learning about Aquaculture Engineering with Dr. Steven Hall

Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE) is a complex science containing many different components and sciences. In this month’s BAE Online Blog, we talk to Dr. Steven Hall, an Associate Professor and the Director of Marine Aquaculture Research Center (MARC) in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. We asked him about his background in Aquaculture[…] Read More

Urban Hydrology: Finding Better Ways to Supply Water in Developed Areas

With the future of our climate seemingly uncertain, many scientists look to the future and consider how to solve potential big issues. One of these issues is providing potable water to the world’s many urban areas. Those who seek solutions to today’s and the future’s water problems do so through the discipline of urban hydrology.[…] Read More