The doctor is in
Engineering alumna helps guide Raleigh hospital through COVID-19 crisis.
2019-20 University Teaching Awards announced
NC State has honored more than 30 faculty for their commitment to educational excellence with the 2019-20 University Teaching Awards. A recognition event for all award recipients will be held when conditions are more favorable.
Fertilizer of the future
An interdisciplinary team led by Katharina Stapelmann is setting out on an ambitious three-year project to completely rethink how nitrogen-based fertilizers are produced and used. From on-farm fertilizer production to on-demand, precision irrigation, their project aims to cut energy use, protect the water supply and increase yields.
Bricks can act as ‘cameras’ for characterizing past presence of radioactive materials
Time-traveling, 3D brick camera can ID past presence of nuclear material.
Researchers develop smaller, lighter radiation shielding
Researchers have developed a new technique for shielding electronics in military and space exploration technology from ionizing radiation.
GRIP4PSI seed grant winners announced
Four NC State research teams have been selected as recipients of the next phase of the Game-Changing Research Incentive Program (GRIP). The program was initially created in 2016 as a three-year seed-funding initiative to stimulate to stimulate interdisciplinary and collaborative research.
NC State to host American Nuclear Society student conference
NC State’s student chapter of the American Nuclear Society will host the organization’s 2020 annual student conference March 26-28 in Raleigh.
Recent awards and honors extended to College of Engineering faculty members.
To build a better semiconductor, first identify its defects
By identifying its defects, researchers move us closer to new gallium oxide technologies.
Envisioning Research contest winners offer glimpses of discovery
Researchers use images to learn about the world around us and to help viewers engage with the work of discovery.