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Stories From Apr 2010

Apr 28, 2010

Hubbe Named Fellow

Dr. Martin A. Hubbe, a forest biomaterials professor, has been designated as a fellow with the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry. 

Apr 28, 2010

Nanodots Breakthrough May Lead To ‘A Library On One Chip’

A researcher at North Carolina State University has developed a computer chip that can store an unprecedented amount of data – enough to hold an entire library’s worth of information on a single chip. The […] 

Apr 27, 2010

Trudy Mackay Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Dr. Trudy F.C. Mackay of Raleigh, William Neal Reynolds and Distinguished University Professor of Genetics and Entomology at North Carolina State University, has been elected into the National Academy of Sciences, one of the world’s […] 

Apr 27, 2010

Hey! You! Get Off Of My Cloud Computing!

Cloud computing is a buzzword among tech cognoscenti these days. Its proponents say that it can give people and institutions access to greater computer power than they could otherwise afford by running their programs in […] 

Apr 27, 2010

Safety Sweep

Grad student Kathryn Asad carried home first place in the traffic safety contest at the New York Auto Show. 

Apr 27, 2010

New Research Offers Security For Virtualization, Cloud Computing

Virtualization and cloud computing allow computer users access to powerful computers and software applications hosted by remote groups of servers, but security concerns related to data privacy are limiting public confidence – and slowing adoption […] 

Apr 27, 2010

Lee Fowler to Step Down as NC State Director of Athletics

North Carolina State Director of Athletics Lee Fowler will step down effective June 30, Chancellor Randy Woodson announced today.  Woodson will name an interim director prior to Fowler’s departure and a national search will begin […] 

Apr 26, 2010

NC State Names Suggs Alumni Association Executive Director

Ralph (Benny) E. Suggs, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy (ret.) and general manager of the Harley Owners Group (HOG) and Rider Services at Harley-Davidson Motor Company, has been named Executive Director of the North Carolina State […] 

Apr 26, 2010

Safety Sweep

When industrial design graduate student Kathryn Asad won first place in a student traffic safety contest at the New York International Auto Show, judges asked her not to mention the name of her school. It turns out they were embarrassed that students from one university - NC State - swept nearly every award in the competition.