New catalyst makes styrene manufacturing cheaper, greener
The work, co-led by researchers in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, is a big step forward for manufacturing a chemical used to make a wide variety of industrial materials.
Take a virtual tour of Fitts-Woolard Hall
The NC State Alumni Association and the College of Engineering held a a virtual tour of Fitts-Woolard Hall, the latest engineering building on Centennial Campus.
Jennifer Frix ’17 channels AI to promote fairness in banking
COE alumna Jennifer Frix works to ensures that Bank of America is following responsible AI practices including fairness, equality, transparency and privacy.
Applying written communication skills in engineering
Tarek Aziz, assistant professor in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, discusses the importance of written communication skills in the engineering field.
Inaugural cohort of Impact Scholars announced
Two College of Engineering faculty members are part of the inaugural cohort of Impact Scholars.
New tech aims to tackle ‘disseminated intravascular coagulation’ blood disorder
NC State engineers have helped develop an experimental tool that addresses a blood disorder that proves fatal in many patients.
Four-university study focuses on student well-being during the pandemic
Led by faculty members in ISE, the study focuses on mental, emotional and physical health, in order to determine how universities can better support their students.
Researchers demonstrate self-sterilizing polymers work against SARS-CoV-2
Researchers have demonstrated a family of self-sterilizing polymers that are effective at inactivating the virus that causes COVID-19.
Celebrating Black alumni
Gayle Lanier, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering, had a successful career in the industry and made it a point to give back to underrepresented NC State students interested in engineering.
Study yields recommendations to prevent outbreaks from waterborne coronaviruses
Airborne coronaviruses traced to wastewater have caused disease in the past. Researchers suggest ways to keep such outbreaks from happening again.