Inside ABB and NC State’s decadeslong partnership
ABB was the first corporate partner to move onto Centennial Campus. Now, 30 years later, the company is still working with NC State to improve the reliability and reduce the cost and environmental impact of electric power systems.
New data processing module makes deep neural networks smarter
AI researchers have improved the performance of deep neural networks by combining feature normalization and feature attention into a single module.
On Sept. 16, NC State Day of Giving shows we’re stronger as a pack
On Sept. 16, NC State is holding a special, one-time fall edition of its annual Day of Giving fundraising event. Day of Giving: Stronger as a Pack will focus on meeting students’ basic needs, need-based scholarships and diversity and inclusion programming.
College’s graduate programs prioritize recruiting students from a military background
One of Dr. Brandon McConnell's roles at NC State is that of military and veteran recruiting coordinator for the College of Engineering. That position is part of an effort by the College to prioritize recruiting of graduate students with military ties.
Research sheds light on earliest stages of Angelman syndrome
New research from NC State provides insights into the earliest stages of Angelman syndrome. The work also demonstrates how human cerebral organoids can be used to shed light on genetic disorders that affect human development.
Can a simple email encourage women to stay in a STEM program?
Researchers from North Carolina State University and Kent State University want to know what can be done to broaden participation in STEM fields and improve the persistence of women in computer science.
Honors faculty profile: Kanton Reynolds
Kanton Reynolds teaches the honors seminar course, HON 293: Technologists of Color/STEM Applications & Innovations in Emerging Societies, where he encourages students to gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the “scientists of color [who] have made significant contributions to the evolution of our technology and infrastructure.”
Manufacturing and medicine team up to save dog
At a time when the expectation is that we should all stay apart, CAMAL has come together with another NC State college and an industry partner to perform a miraculous procedure that saved the life of a dog and furthered medical research.
Envisioning Research Contest winners show artistic exploration
The winners of the 2020 Envisioning Research Contest brought a new light to their discoveries at NC State.
A simple wearable microfluidic patch allows long-term sweat biomarker monitoring
Professors Orlin Velev and Michael Dickey, alum Dr. Timothy Shay (Ph.D. ’17) and Ph.D. candidate Tamoghna Saha, have developed a paper-based device that serves as a model of wearables that can collect, transport and analyze sweat in next-generation wearables technology.