chemical and biomolecular engineering

Jan 6, 2021  |  Faculty and Staff

Granting gifts of appreciation

NC State engineering professor Christine Grant gave handmade gifts to every member of the NC State Housekeeping staff and leaders.

Dec 11, 2020  |  Research

Artificial Chemist 2.0: Quantum dot R&D in less than an hour

New technology expedites quantum dot R&D and manufacturing.

Nov 11, 2020  |  Magazine

Alumna builds off scholarship support by starting one of her own

The story behind Elizabeth Nance's scholarship endowment to the College of Engineering begins and ends with her maternal grandmother.

Oct 27, 2020  |  Research

Why young STEM researchers are calling for paid family leave

A group of young researchers is stepping outside their disciplines to address the gender gap in STEM jobs.

Oct 23, 2020  |  Research

Researchers eye a system that uses marine microplastics to get rid of marine microplastics

Researchers are working to develop a self-sustaining system that uses microplastics to capture more microplastics.

Oct 20, 2020  |  Awards and Honors

NC State celebrates outstanding faculty

The Celebration of Faculty Excellence is held each spring to recognize outstanding faculty who have received prestigious awards, accolades or other distinctions during the previous year. In 2020, NC State honored 25 faculty virtually since the annual event could not be held in person.

Sep 14, 2020  |  Research

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.

Sep 3, 2020  |  Students

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.

Sep 1, 2020  |  Research

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.

Aug 26, 2020  |  Students

Student solutions for clean water

NC State’s Engineers Without Borders chapter brings potable water to an indigenous community in Guatemala.