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Stories From Jul 2011

Jul 18, 2011

Robinson Named Department Head

Dr. Walter Robinson will become head of the Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at NC State University on Aug. 16. 

Jul 18, 2011

Second Insurance Sign-up Begins

The online portal is open to make changes in your health insurance coverage. Here's why it's worth taking a second look during the follow-up enrollment period that ends July 29. 

Jul 18, 2011

Juicy: Citrus ID Tool Lends Aid to ‘Ade’

When life hands you lemon diseases, make “lemon aid.” That’s the idea behind a new online tool to help identify hosts and potential hosts of diseases that leave a sour taste in the mouth of […] 

Jul 18, 2011

Moving Discoveries to the Marketplace

A vaccine that prevents salmonella, coatings that protect fabrics from ultraviolet rays, bandages that release medication to improve wound healing and better bed bug bait—these four technological breakthroughs are one step closer to becoming reality. 

Jul 15, 2011

Data-Stealing Apps ID’d, Pulled From Official Android Market

NC State computer science researchers have identified five applications on Google’s official Android Market that upload users’ personal information to a remote server without notifying the users. Google has been notified and pulled the apps […] 

Jul 14, 2011

SBP: July 14 – The Brick

Sometimes things don’t go exactly as planned, right? No matter how good your intentions may be…there are roadblocks. 

Jul 14, 2011

SBP: July 21 – 24 Hour C-Store

BIG announcement about C-Store hours on campus. 

Jul 14, 2011

NC State Presents Awards to Help Speed Discoveries to Marketplace

A vaccine that prevents Salmonella, coatings that protect fabrics from ultraviolet (UV) rays, bandages that release medication to improve wound healing, and better bed bug bait – these four technological breakthroughs are one step closer […] 

Jul 14, 2011

Students Block the Sun

Architecture students are building a shade structure without a roof. See how the innovative design blocks the sun. 

Jul 14, 2011

Prolific Professor

Dr. Hans Conrad's scientific curiosity keeps him coming to the lab every day, publishing top-notch papers and working with students, 18 years after his official retirement.