Visualization tool tracks COVID-19
NC State analytics experts develop a new visualization tool that can help users find useful information about COVID-19’s spread.
NC State uses 3D printers to make face shields for WakeMed
NC State’s Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics is putting 3D printers to work to create face shields for health care workers fighting COVID-19.
Fertilizer of the future
An interdisciplinary team led by Katharina Stapelmann is setting out on an ambitious three-year project to completely rethink how nitrogen-based fertilizers are produced and used. From on-farm fertilizer production to on-demand, precision irrigation, their project aims to cut energy use, protect the water supply and increase yields.
Custom clotting particles could help heal chronic wounds
Inventors here are patenting technology with the potential to transform how chronic wounds are treated.
Researchers develop faster way to replace bad data with accurate information
New model could aid in displacing false information about anything from computer security to public health.
Bricks can act as ‘cameras’ for characterizing past presence of radioactive materials
Time-traveling, 3D brick camera can ID past presence of nuclear material.
Improving AI’s Ability to Identify Students Who Need Help
A new AI model is better able to predict how much students are learning in educational games.
NC State Receives $7.4 Million from NIEHS to Study PFAS Toxicity, Bioaccumulation and Remediation
NIEHS-funded center at NC State to study environmental, human health effects of PFAS.
New tool aims to assist military logistics in evacuating noncombatants
A new computer model aims to expedite military operations aimed at evacuating noncombatants, disaster response or humanitarian relief.
Researchers develop smaller, lighter radiation shielding
Researchers have developed a new technique for shielding electronics in military and space exploration technology from ionizing radiation.