Researchers demonstrate how deep learning can advance study of neural degeneration
Researchers are showing that AI is a valuable tool for research into neural degeneration.
Computer scientist Brad Reaves talks about robocalls – how they work and what happens if you answer.
NC State graduate and astronaut Christina Koch makes Time Magazine’s top 100 most influential people
Every year, Time Magazine creates a list of the top 100 most influential people across the globe. This year, NC State graduate Christina Koch made that list for participating in the first all-female spacewalk.
Inside ABB and NC State’s decadeslong partnership
ABB was the first corporate partner to move onto Centennial Campus. Now, 30 years later, the company is still working with NC State to improve the reliability and reduce the cost and environmental impact of electric power systems.
Hodge Makes Fortune’s 40 Under 40
ISE alumna and advisory board member Rashida Hodge makes Fortune Magazine's 40 Under 40 Technology list.
Need-based scholarship initiative gets $5 million boost
NC State’s Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Initiative is gaining momentum via $2.5 million gifts from alumnus Steve Angel and an anonymous donor, bolstering a matching-funds pool to inspire others.
New data processing module makes deep neural networks smarter
AI researchers have improved the performance of deep neural networks by combining feature normalization and feature attention into a single module.
On Sept. 16, NC State Day of Giving shows we’re stronger as a pack
On Sept. 16, NC State is holding a special, one-time fall edition of its annual Day of Giving fundraising event. Day of Giving: Stronger as a Pack will focus on meeting students’ basic needs, need-based scholarships and diversity and inclusion programming.
College’s graduate programs prioritize recruiting students from a military background
One of Dr. Brandon McConnell's roles at NC State is that of military and veteran recruiting coordinator for the College of Engineering. That position is part of an effort by the College to prioritize recruiting of graduate students with military ties.
Research sheds light on earliest stages of Angelman syndrome
New research from NC State provides insights into the earliest stages of Angelman syndrome. The work also demonstrates how human cerebral organoids can be used to shed light on genetic disorders that affect human development.