Reopen and regenerate: Exosome-coated stent heals vascular injury, repairs damaged tissue
Exosome-coated stent can prevent reopened blood vessels from narrowing, deliver regenerative therapies to damaged tissue.
Trapped configurations of plasmon-coupled gold nanoparticles useful for thermal history sensing
Basically, you can use light to see how hot the material got.
Mussel sensors pave the way for new environmental monitoring tools
An interdisciplinary team at NC State is creating a network of mussel cyborgs to serve as environmental sentinels.
Virtual lab finds the right AI tool for each chemistry problem
Having the right tool for the job makes the job a lot easier, less expensive and faster.
Study finds plants would grow well in solar cell greenhouses
An interdisciplinary team of NC State researchers found that greenhouses made of see-through solar panels good for growing plants and making electricity.
To eradicate guinea worm disease in humans, scientists focus on dogs
ISE faculty members are developing computational models to lower rates of Guinea worm disease in dogs.
Freight rail decarbonization project receives $1.5 million from energy department
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $1.5 million in funding to a NC State Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering project focused on freight rail decarbonization.
Researchers use air quality models to reflect polluted reality in Latin America
Study shows how models can be adapted to offer insights into air quality challenges across the Americas.
Reduced heat leakage improves wearable health device
NC State engineers improve wearable device powered by body heat.
Study reveals extent of privacy vulnerabilities with Amazon’s Alexa
Issues range from misleading privacy policies to post-approval changes in code.