NC State forensic sciences: Research for the real world
NC State research doesn't live only in the lab: our forensic scientists have helped law enforcement close cases.
NC State forensic sciences: Virtual crime scene
With 3-D modeling, NC State researchers are recreating crime scenes for law enforcement.
NC State forensic sciences: skull mapping
NC State anthropology professor has helped develop skull-mapping software that can trace the ancestry of skulls found by police.
When running is easier than walking
Sometimes, it's easier to break into a run than to keep up a walking pace. NC State research points to an important calf muscle to explain this apparent paradox.
Campus honors King’s legacy
The NC State community is in the midst of a two-week celebration of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.
Early college high school students confront real-world issues
The Wake NC State Early College High School gives students a chance to earn college credit and confront real-world issues in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A Look Back at 2011
Another active year is in the books at NC State. See how the Wolfpack made a global impact in 2011.
NC State mints 3,400 new graduates
More than 3,400 new graduates received their degrees Saturday during fall commencement activities. The new alumni heard from keynote speaker Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, a Nobel Prize-winning climate scientist and NC State alumnus.
Dr. Mary Schweitzer
Dr. Mary Schweitzer, an associate professor of marine, earth and atmospheric sciences, found soft tissue inside 65-million-year-old dinosaur bones, giving rise to the field of molecular paleontology.
Dr. Elizabeth Loboa and Dr. Benham Pourdeyhimi
Dr. Elizabeth Loboa and Dr. Benham Pourdeyhimi are developing smart bandages capable of administering drugs to traumatic wounds.