Study Finds Current Corporate Sustainability Reporting Misses the Mark
A new study finds corporate sustainability reporting often focuses on issues that are unimportant to stakeholders, and offers specific suggestions to improve the content of future reporting efforts.
New Tool Can Help Policymakers Prioritize Information Needs for Synthetic Biology Tech
Researchers have developed a model that can be used to assess emerging synthetic biology products to determine what needs to be done to inform future policies.
This is What Science Looks Like at NC State: Mira Abed
How a fascination with color led one researcher from fashion design to solar cell technology.
Untangling Complex Interactions – With Lasers
Want to know exactly why and how a superconductor works on the atomic level? Hit it with laser pulses.
Researchers Crack Genetic Code Determining Leaf Shape in Cotton
Researchers find gene responsible for major leaf shapes in upland cotton.
NC State to Play Workforce Training Role in National Biopharmaceutical Initiative
NC State is part of a new, federal initiative aimed at advancing U.S. leadership in the biopharmaceutical sector.
Study Provides Evidence on Movement of Potato Famine Pathogen
Before it devastated Ireland, the pathogen that causes potato late blight set up shop in the United States. The pathogen's movement and evolution is the focus of an NC State study.
Synthetic Stem Cells Could Offer Therapeutic Benefits, Reduced Risks
Durable synthetic cardiac stem cells provide therapeutic benefits in the lab and in animal models.
Study IDs Key Indicators Linking Violence and Mental Illness
New study finds a host of factors that are associated with subsequent risk of adults with mental illness becoming victims or perpetrators of violence. The work highlights the importance of interventions to treat mental-health problems in order to reduce community violence and instances of mental-health crises.
ORIED Announces Inaugural GRIP Winners
Four NC State research teams have been selected as the inaugural winners of the Game-Changing Research Incentive Program (GRIP), a three-year, $2.3 million seed-funding initiative designed to stimulate interdisciplinary and collaborative research in the Triangle.