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May 10, 2023

NC State partners on new Institute for Artificial Intelligence

Led by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, this institute aims to advance foundational AI by incorporating knowledge from agriculture and forestry sciences and leveraging these unique, new AI methods to curb climate effects while lifting rural economies. By creating a new scientific discipline and innovation ecosystem intersecting AI and climate-smart agriculture and forestry, AI-CLIMATE researchers and practitioners will discover and invent compelling AI-powered knowledge and solutions. 

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May 3, 2023

NC State partner institutes bolster U.S. manufacturing industry

NC State University is a top Manufacturing USA partner. Our vast knowledge base shown by the breadth of sectors we’re involved with: power distribution, textiles, biomanufacturing and manufacturing technology. 

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Feb 9, 2023

NC State expands partnership with Nagoya University

Nagoya University will establish a U.S. campus on NC State's Centennial Campus — Nagoya University Global Campus — thanks to a new agreement that strengthens the partnership between the two institutions. The agreement will establish new dual-degree programs, large-scale student exchanges, joint faculty research with industry partners, and global internships for students from both institutions. 

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Dec 7, 2022

Esports for the Pack

In 2021 and 2022, NC State received $12 million from the North Carolina General Assembly to build an on-campus esports arena and $4 million to develop a mobile arena truck that brings esports competitions and activities to other parts of the state. 

Jacob Jones

Oct 17, 2022

Using supercharged material science in an operational environment

Professor Jacob Jones’s work in dielectrics and piezoelectrics sparks the interest of Sandia National Laboratories. 

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Sep 9, 2022

Rapid Shape selects Centennial Campus for North American headquarters

Rapid Shape, a German company that develops and manufactures high-end 3D printing systems, has opened its North American headquarters on NC State’s Centennial Campus. Proximity to student and faculty talent, research and state-of-the-art equipment are cited as key reasons for choosing the new location. The company is partnering with NC State’s Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics… 

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Sep 8, 2022

Industry Partners event will highlight College’s significant impact on the state

Dean Louis A. Martin-Vega and the College of Engineering will hold an Industry Partners Lunch and Panel with North Carolina business and governmental leaders to highlight the College’s ongoing contributions to the state and its plans for expansion. 

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Mar 22, 2022

NC State expands exchanges with Saudi Arabia

What started as a research collaboration between two computer science scholars nearly 10 years ago is now the foundation for a series of research and academic exchanges between NC State University and King Abdulaziz University (KAU) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Professor George Rouskas, director of graduate programs for NC State’s Department of Computer Science, has already co-authored 14 publications with Dean Iyad Katib, who heads KAU’s Faculty of Computer and Information Technology. 

Sep 29, 2016

NC State leads NSF program to train future leaders at nexus of big data and materials science

North Carolina State University and North Carolina Central University are launching a National Science Foundation-funded program to recruit and train researchers in new ways of applying advanced statistical tools to physical science data.