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Sep 30, 2014

Researchers create shape-shifting liquid metal

NC State researchers have manufacturers and science fiction fans buzzing about the ability to manipulate metal into a variety of new shapes. 

Sep 30, 2014

Titania-based insulator for superconductors

NC State researchers have found that a type of modified titanium dioxide (TiO2) could be used as an electrical insulator for superconducting magnets, allowing heat to dissipate while preserving the electrical paths along which current […] 

Sep 29, 2014

New Tips Help Introverts Succeed at Work and in School, from Career …

Career Key’s new advice about personality-environment fit helps introverts overcome those challenges to achieve greater success at work and in school. Lawrence K. Jones, curriculum, instruction & counselor education, featured. 

Sep 29, 2014

New Tips Help Introverts Succeed at Work and in School, from Career Guidance Leader Career Key

Career Key’s new advice about personality-environment fit helps introverts overcome those challenges to achieve greater success at work and in school. Lawrence K. Jones, curriculum, instruction & counselor education, featured. 

Sep 30, 2014

Companies are “seeing a more complex risk world, but they’re not yet investing at any higher levels in strengthening their risk oversight in a general sense.” Mark Beasley, accounting, featured 

Sep 30, 2014

Printing up DNA origami

Researchers have used inkjet printer technology to help fold up the world’s largest DNA origami. Thom LaBean, materials science engineering, featured. 

Sep 29, 2014

Inside a sports fan’s mind: A few surprises

NC State researcher found that there were more deadly crashes following games in the winning city than in the losing city. Stacy Wood, marketing, featured. 

Sep 30, 2014

McCrory makes picks to coal ash panel he opposes

Gov. Pat McCrory appoints NC State’s Herbert M. Eckerlin to the new Coal Ash Management Commission formed to decide how much industrial waste Duke Energy is required to clean up from its 33 unlined dumps across […] 

Sep 30, 2014

Gov. McCrory appoints 3 to coal ash commission he says …

Gov. Pat McCrory appoints NC State’s Herbert M. Eckerlin to the new Coal Ash Management Commission formed to decide how much industrial waste Duke Energy is required to clean up from its 33 unlined dumps across […] 

Sep 30, 2014

Examining Sexual Assault On Campus: Policy, Prevention & Culture

Host Frank Stasio talks with NC State sociologist about issues of gender-based discrimination and the systems of oppression that perpetuate violence. Michael Schwalbe, sociology and anthropology, featured.