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.
New Way Out: Researchers Show How Stem Cells Exit Bloodstream
Researchers find that therapeutic stem cells exit the bloodstream in a unique way.
Baby You Can Drive My Nanocar
Off-road driving can be challenging if you’re in a nanocar.
Dust, Pollution, and Decreasing Oxygen in the Tropical Pacific
For the past several decades, researchers have been tracking the decline in dissolved oxygen in the tropical Pacific Ocean. A new theory may provide part of the explanation – air pollution.
Database Helps Researchers Connect Exposures to Health Effects, Compare Diseases for Treatment
Database gives researchers new strategies for connecting environmental exposures to human health effects.
East Coast Should Expect Active Hurricane Season, Researchers Say
2016 may see an active Atlantic hurricane season, according to NC State researchers.
What Do We Really Know About Dino DNA?
Paleontologist Mary Schweitzer explains what we really know about dinosaur DNA.
Pregnant T. Rex Could Aid in Dino Sex-Typing
Pregnant T. rex could help paleontologists figure out gender of other meat-eating dinos