Mar 23, 2023
Drought and heat waves could make air pollution worse for communities that already have a high pollution burden in California, a study led by NC State researchers found.
Mar 22, 2023
The caterpillar-like soft robot that can move forward, backward and dip under narrow spaces.
The study found anticipating stress related to elections causes adverse physical health effects. However, it also found there is something people can do to mitigate those negative effects.
Mar 21, 2023
Results suggest cover crops can keep soil drier and healthier, allowing Midwestern farmers to plant cash crops after flooding.
The study underscores the need for law enforcement officers to better understand the limitations and ethical challenges of AI technologies.
Mar 20, 2023
NC State researchers found they could separate blended cotton and polyester fabric using enzymes.
Mar 16, 2023
The findings will help forensic scientists determine how long a young person’s remains were at a particular location.
Mar 15, 2023
The system has already found a more efficient (and previously unheard of) way to produce high-quality semiconductor nanocrystals.
Mar 14, 2023
The work can be used to inform the development of everything from new electronic devices to high-performance textiles.
Mar 13, 2023
Understanding the interaction between enzymes from "good" bacteria like lactobacillus and the gut environment will enable us to design probiotics that inhibit C. diff.
NC State researchers used Fitbits to track students' physical activity and sleep in a pilot program launched during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mar 10, 2023
A new, scalable technique allows users to manufacture soft polymer materials in a dozen different structures, or morphologies.
Mar 6, 2023
A key variable in vaccine hesitancy is a psychological trait called proactive coping, which refers to a person’s tendency to think about and plan for the future.
The technology is more efficient than conventional techniques, providing plant breeders with useful data more quickly.
Mar 2, 2023
NC State researchers found changes in global “greening” will play a significant role in how much carbon dioxide plants capture and store.