Student solutions for clean water
NC State’s Engineers Without Borders chapter brings potable water to an indigenous community in Guatemala.
Funding renewal will continue nanotechnology work in the Research Triangle for five more years
The Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network (RTNN), a partnership between three local universities that drives research and education in the areas of nanoscale engineering, science and technology, is one of 16 such sites nationwide that will benefit from five more years of funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Meet the newest members of the pack
This year’s first-year and transfer students are facing a new kind of fall, but they’re ready to work hard, have fun and make the most of every opportunity.
Ask the expert: Why is it important to introduce engineering concepts to K-12 students?
Assistant Professor Tamecia Jones, Ph.D., explains why it is important to introduce engineering concepts to K-12 students.
Fire, air conditioning and where we get our power
A changing climate is already impacting how we consume electricity – and how we make it.
Alumni insights with Daniel Morales
Srivatsan Ramesh, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE), interviews CBE alumnus Daniel Morales, technical director of the Consumer-Packaged Goods business at Prescouter Inc.
Study debunks robocall myths, lays groundwork for stopping them
Robocalls are not getting worse. But this study shows how bad they can be.
CAMAL partners with Defense Logistics Agency
NC State’s Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Aviation have signed a memorandum of understanding for a strategic partnership on metal additive manufacturing, or metal 3D printing.
Professor Carol Hall selected to receive the AIChE Margaret H. Rousseau Pioneer Award
Professor Carol K. Hall was selected to receive the Margaret H. Rousseau Pioneer Award for Lifetime Achievement by a Woman Chemical Engineer for 2020.
Researchers demonstrate fundamentally new approach to ultrasound imaging
A simpler technique for creating ultrasound images could make the technology cheaper.