NC State receives $7.4 million from NIEHS to study PFAS toxicity, bioaccumulation and remediation
Researchers from North Carolina State University have received a five-year, $7.4 million grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Superfund Research Program to establish a Center for Environmental and Human Health Effects of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS).
What Is Juneteenth?
The roots of Juneteenth, or Emancipation Day, can be traced to Texas in 1865.
Guiding young businesses to success
With experiential learning programs and funding opportunities, NC State Entrepreneurship helps students turn their ideas into reality.
New approach to DNA data storage makes system more dynamic, scalable
Researchers are laying out a fundamentally new approach to DNA data storage systems.
Low-cost cameras could be sensors to remotely monitor crop stress
Researchers from CALS and COE, led by postdoctoral research scholar Paula Ramos-Giraldo, have worked together to construct a low-cost camera system to monitor crop stress remotely. Their StressCam will aid researchers, plant breeders and ultimately farmers.
A personal statement from Dean Martin-Vega for the College of Engineering community
Dean Louis Martin-Vega shares a personal statement with College of Engineering students, faculty members, staff members and alumni in the wake of protests against racial injustice across the country.
Internships adapt: Data curation at the Museum of Natural Sciences
Among the many rippling effects of the coronavirus pandemic, some students have found themselves without the internships that they had planned on taking on over the summer.
Fewer cars mean more hand sanitizer
NC State partners with Novozymes to make a product once taken for granted – hand sanitizer.
‘Artificial chemist’ combines AI, robotics to conduct autonomous R&D
Combining AI and robotics to advance materials R&D and manufacturing.
Work by faculty members and students has made a difference for healthcare workers
Faculty members and students in the College of Engineering are wrapping up months of work spent creating personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.