Atom Art: Beauty at the Atomic Scale
Nature makes beautiful patterns with atoms.
New Tech Promises to Boost Electric Vehicle Efficiency, Range
NC State researchers have developed a new type of inverter device with greater efficiency in a smaller, lighter package – which should improve the fuel-efficiency and range of hybrid and electric vehicles.
Researchers Eye Gaming As Tool for Boosting Computer Science Skills, Diversity in Middle Schools
An interdisciplinary team of researchers is launching an initiative that will use a custom-designed video game to boost computational thinking in middle school science classrooms and foster diversity in the sciences.
NC State’s ‘Entrepalooza’ Celebrates Entrepreneurs, Innovators
NC State is partnering with IBM to host “Entrepalooza,” an entrepreneurship and innovation festival, on Thursday, Sept. 15 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Oval on Centennial Campus.
New Technique Integrates Graphene, Graphene Oxide and Reduced Graphene Oxide onto Silicon Chips at Room Temperature
Researchers have developed a technique that allows them to integrate graphene, graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide onto silicon substrates at room temperature by using nanosecond pulsed laser annealing.
Lightweight, Wearable Tech Efficiently Converts Body Heat to Electricity
NC State researchers have developed a new design for harvesting body heat and converting it into electricity for use in wearable electronics. The experimental prototypes are lightweight, conform to the shape of the body, and can generate far more electricity than previous lightweight heat harvesting technologies.
Researchers Unearth Ancient Mythological Statues in Jordan
Researchers helped unearth more clues this summer about the ancient Nabatean city of Petra, in the form of two marble statues of the goddess Aphrodite.
NC State Faculty, Students Unearth Ancient Mythological Statues in Jordan
As part of a larger excavation at the ancient city of Petra, NC State faculty and students discovered two marble statues of the mythological goddess Aphrodite.
Simulation Highlights Potential For Low-Cost Security Imaging Device
NC State researchers have used computer models to demonstrate the viability of a low-cost security imaging device that makes use of inexpensive radio components. Functional prototypes are under development and would be orders of magnitude less expensive than existing imaging devices.
Researchers Use Hardware to Accelerate Core-to-Core On-Chip Communication
Researchers from NC State and the Intel Corporation have developed a new way to significantly accelerate core-to-core communication. Their advance relies on hardware to coordinate efforts between cores for multiprocessor operations.