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Adarsh Arun and Noah Gassner pitching their venture idea, Wake, at Wolf Den. Wake is a vibrating wristband that only wakes up the one wearing it.

Nov 22, 2021

Engineering students among winners at 2021 Wolf Den

Five student teams battled it out in front of the wolves in this Shark Tank-inspired pitch competition. Meet the winners and learn about their ventures. 

Nov 5, 2021

Flexcell and the 2021 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine

An interview with Dr. Albert Banes, Biomedical Engineering Faculty Emeritus and founder and president of Flexcell International Corporation. 

Latex-gloved hand with syringe and testing device.

Oct 28, 2021

Slowing down transmission

As viruses evolve and spread, delivering healthcare in a wide variety of settings within and far from traditional hospitals becomes more essential to ensure patients receive the care they need. To address this, a team of students across three different engineering disciplines debuted a novel H1N1 biosensor at the SensUs 2021 competition and won second… 

Faduma Osman

Aug 24, 2021

Innovating and inspiring: Meet Faduma Osman

First-year engineering student Faduma Osman's parents brought her family to the United States from Somalia for a better life, and she's seizing every opportunity. 

Aug 19, 2021

Envisioning Research winners capture the beauty in their work

Research shows us the beauty of our world – and helps us understand it. 

Jul 30, 2021

Chancellor’s Innovation Fund catalyzes six promising projects

This year’s Chancellor's Innovation Fund projects could reshape medicine, immunotherapies, consumer packaging, stealth jets and solar-energy cells. 

Jul 13, 2021

Witherspoon Graduate Fellowship assists BME student in expanding research

Aryssa Simpson, a second-year graduate student in biomedical engineering, plans to use the fellowship support to apply for conferences where she hopes to present her research. 

Nanodecoys bind with SARS-CoV-2 virus

Jun 18, 2021

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

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

May 20, 2021

Meet Ellie Duquaine

Ellie Duquaine, a biomedical and health sciences engineering student, was one of the few NC State undergraduates able to study abroad for the spring 2021 semester. 

Memorial Bell Tower and spring flowers

May 17, 2021

NC State announces inaugural Goodnight Early Career Innovators

Ten faculty members in the College of Engineering or affiliated departments are among the 24 recognized by a new program for promising NC State early-career faculty whose scholarship is in STEM or STEM education.