Stories From Jun 2021

Jun 30, 2021  |  Awards and Honors

Biochemical sensor researcher makes MIT Technology Review’s list of top young innovators

Amay Bandodkar, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is being recognized for his work on wearable health sensors.

Jun 30, 2021  |  Alumni

COE alumnus walks the length of equator despite health scares

Jerry Healy, who graduated from NC State with a degree in electrical engineering in 1969, recently completed his goal of walking the equivalent distance of the equator — 24,901.6 miles.

Jun 24, 2021  |  Alumni

Painting success: How Radhika Date uses art to understand supply chain

Throughout her graduate studies, Date has seen a connection between art and industrial engineering.

Jun 24, 2021  |  Alumni

NC State entrepreneurs’ new tech cuts website load times

Padeo, a new startup that helps decrease website load times, was launched by CSC alumnus Ben Hardison and his high school friend Camden Conekin.

Jun 18, 2021  |  Research

‘Nanodecoy’ therapy binds and neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 virus

Nanodecoys can bind to SARS-CoV-2, helping clear the virus faster.

Jun 18, 2021  |  Research

Combining energy storage and solar offers unexpected power reliability boost

This is encouraging news for renewable energy.

Jun 17, 2021

NC State and UNC Pembroke 3+2 engineering program has its first graduate

Dana Lamberton is the first graduate of NC State and UNC Pembroke's 3+2 engineering partnership program.

Jun 14, 2021  |  Outreach

14 students at Regeneron ISEF accept COE summer camp scholarships

High school students from around the U.S. will attend virtual camps that align with their engineering interests.

Jun 11, 2021  |  Awards and Honors

Computer scientist wins UNC System award

Veronica Catete is the first NC State staff member to win the award that recognizes exemplary service to both campus and community.

Jun 11, 2021  |  Awards and Honors

Three from CSC win NSF CAREER Awards

Alexander Kapravelos, Christopher Parnin and Ruozhou Yu, all assistant professors in the Department of Computer Science, have each received an NSF CAREER Award.