Stolee wins NSF CAREER Award
Dr. Kathryn Stolee, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University, has received a Faculty Early Career Development award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The award, known as the NSF CAREER Award, is one of the highest honors given by NSF to young faculty members in science and engineering.
Atomic structure of ultrasound material not what anyone expected
Researchers have gotten a glimpse at how atoms are arranged in a widely-used material – and it’s not what anyone expected.
Frey’s collaborations with former Ph.D. students lead to international air quality solutions
Dr. H. Christopher Frey, the Glenn E. Futrell Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at NC State, continues to collaborate on air quality research and education with several of his former Ph.D. students. Most recently this was evidenced at the Fifth International Symposium on Regional Air Quality Management in Rapidly Developing Economic Regions (5RAQM), held in Guangzhou, China, in November.
‘Green’ catalysis technique aims to boost pharmaceutical manufacturing efficiency
NC State researchers have developed a green chemistry method to improve efficiency in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
What do you get when you cross an airplane with a submarine?
The EagleRay is the first unmanned, fixed-wing aircraft capable of traveling through the air and underwater – transitioning repeatedly between sky and sea.
Training international scientists in Australia
Materials science and engineering professor Jacob Jones has worked to bring international research experiences to NC State students based on his own transformative experience as a postdoc working at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia. “When I […]
Creating a virtual world-building machine for military training
Computer researchers are working with the Army to develop new military training tools.
Hauser to receive Olney Medal
The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) recently announced Dr. Peter Hauser, professor in the department of Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science (TECS), as the 2017 recipient of the Olney Medal Award for his myriad contributions to the textile industry in both industry and academia.
New approach can help authorities respond more quickly to airborne radiological threats
New technique uses existing technologies to detect potential airborne radiological materials in hours instead of days.
Parsons named Celanese Acetate Professor
Dr. Gregory Parsons has been named the Celanese Acetate Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at North Carolina State University.