Revealing the Past at Oberlin Cemetery
A partnership between historians, anthropologists, preservationists and geologists is unraveling the mystery and history of Oberlin Cemetery, and they’re using some surprising technologies to do it.
Reconfigurable Chaos-based Microchips Offer Possible Solution to Moore’s Law
New, nonlinear, chaos-based integrated circuits enable computer chips to perform multiple functions with fewer transistors.
Nucleon Interactions Key to Quantum Phase Transition
New research offers a window into how forces are connected to structure.
Forecasting Ocean ‘Weather’
Fishermen, offshore oil workers and even surfers can check the Atlantic's "ocean weather" thanks to a model prediction tool created by Ruoying He and his team.
University Police Introduce Explosive Detection K9 Units
NC State University Police will use Reed and Ford, its two new person-borne explosive detection dogs, at football games and other events on campus.
Most Volcanic Activity on Mercury Stopped About 3.5 Billion Years Ago
NC State planetary geologist finds that major volcanic activity on the planet Mercury most likely ended about 3.5 billion years ago.
Research Associates Some Pesticides With Respiratory Wheeze in Farmers
New research connects several pesticides commonly used by farmers with both allergic and non-allergic wheeze, which can be a sensitive marker for early airway problems.
A Mountain of a Mystery
New methods allow geologists to create a picture of what the Hangay Dome looked like when first formed – and give them a more dependable way to uncover its history and age.
A Different Kind of Field Work
Ft. Bragg’s 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion and NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine created a pilot program to train Civil Affairs soldiers and medics in some basic veterinary care for farm animals.
Driving Toward More Efficient Solar Cells
NC State physicist Kenan Gundogdu was part of an international team that produced organic solar cells with fast charge separation and low voltage loss.