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Sep 3, 2014 | The Abstract

This Is What Science Looks Like at NC State: Elizabeth Loboa

Elizabeth Loboa uses her engineering expertise to extend the frontiers of medicine. Her work focuses on generating new tissues for people suffering from traumatic wounds and tissue loss. 

Sep 3, 2014 | Research and Innovation

‘Family Meal’ Ideal Is Stressful, Impossible for Many Families

New research shows that home cooking and family meals place significant stresses on many families – and are simply impossible for others. 

Sep 2, 2014 | Research and Innovation

Asian Camel Crickets Now Common in U.S. Homes

Non-native species of camel crickets, known for their propensity for eating anything, including each other, have spread into homes across the eastern United States. 

Sep 2, 2014 | The Abstract

Dogs, Math and Computers: How One Researcher Gets His Ideas

Where does inspiration come from? One researcher talks about artificial intelligence, computer science, and working with dogs. 

Aug 29, 2014 | Uncategorized

NC State Opens Student Entrepreneurship Headquarters

The Entrepreneurship Initiative (EI) at North Carolina State University will host the grand opening of Innovation Hall, home to the EI Garage and the Andy and Jane Albright Entrepreneurs Living and Learning Village, on Tuesday, September 2 at 5:30 p.m. at Innovation Hall on Centennial Campus.  

Aug 28, 2014 | The Abstract

Cities as a Glimpse of the Future

How researchers learned that cities may serve as a crystal ball for the impact of climate change on an important insect pest. 

Aug 27, 2014 | The Abstract

Three Things You Didn’t Know About the Arachnids That Live on Your Face

Right now, in the general vicinity of your nose, there are at least two species of microscopic mites living in your pores. Scientists have just published a study about these little-known mites. 

Aug 27, 2014 | Research and Innovation

Museum Specimens, Modern Cities Show How an Insect Pest Will Respond to Climate Change

Researchers from North Carolina State University have found that century-old museum specimens hold clues to how global climate change will affect a common insect pest that can weaken and kill trees – and the news is not good. 

Aug 26, 2014 | The Abstract

This Is What Science Looks Like at NC State: Joel Ducoste

Engineering professor Joel Ducoste, who works to keep drinking water clean and safe, describes how his lifelong passion for discovery has fueled his research around the world. 

Aug 21, 2014 | Research and Innovation

Researchers Develop Models to Study Polyelectrolytes, Including DNA and RNA

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a novel and versatile modeling strategy to simulate polyelectrolyte systems. The model has applications for creating new materials as well as for studying polyelectrolytes, including DNA and […]