Delta Air Lines joins NC State‘s IBM Q Hub
Delta Air Lines, the world’s largest global airline, will be the founding industry partner to join the IBM Q Hub at NC State, as part of a multi-year collaborative effort with IBM to explore the potential capabilities of quantum computing to transform experiences for customers and employees.
US astronaut sets record for longest spaceflight by a woman
New York Times: A U.S. astronaut and NC State alumna set a record Saturday for the longest single spaceflight by a woman, breaking the old mark of 288 days with about two months left in her mission.
Goodnight Scholars Program fall 2019 graduates
Celebrating the talented students who are now officially Goodnight Scholars and NC State alumni!
The tower team
Dozens of experts are working on the Memorial Belltower's restoration and completion, and many of them are graduates of NC State. Meet some members of the Wolfpack who are helping complete, restore and update the university’s most iconic symbol. Two are engineering alumni Tim Cook and Tom Muse.
NC State named a hot spot for 5G innovation
As the global race toward 5G heats up, NC State will lead research to create a faster, smarter wireless network.
3 named Fellows of Inventors Academy
NC State innovators in the fields of food safety and computer networking are recognized by the National Academy of Inventors.
Bottomley, students recognized by NC TECH
Dr. Laura Bottomley, director of The Engineering Place and Women in Engineering at the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University, was named Tech Educator of the Year during the NC TECH Association’s annual NC TECH Awards program.
Paramagnetic spins take electrons for a ride, produce electricity from heat
“Paramagnon drag thermopower” converts a temperature difference into an electrical voltage. This discovery could lead to more efficient thermal energy harvesting, such as converting car exhaust heat into electric power to enhance fuel-efficiency.
College lands two major research projects
Engineering faculty members continue to attract new major research funding, with new projects that will advance 5G wireless networking and production of new biotherapeutics.
The College has increased the number of women faculty members over the last decade and promoted them to leadership positions in departments and centers.