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NC State news is shared far and wide. Below are just some of our recent appearances in local, regional, national and international media publications.

Nov 12, 2012

Researchers plan to develop eco-efficient 3DIC computer

Researchers plan to develop eco-efficient 3DIC computer, The Engineer, Nov. 13, 2012. NC State University researchers are launching an initiative to develop a computer that utilises three-dimensional integrated chip (3DIC) technology and is significantly more energy efficient than comparable systems. Paul Franzon, electrical and computer engineering, featured. 

Nov 12, 2012

N.C. Dems banished to back bench but warming up for 2014

N.C. Dems banished to back bench but warming up for 2014, News & Observer, Nov. 11, 2012. Democrats are now faced with two challenges: responding to a GOP administration and legislature, and mounting a comeback. Andrew Taylor, political science, featured.  

Nov 12, 2012

Institute for Emerging Issues cranking up for entrepreneurs programs in Raleigh

Institute for Emerging Issues cranking up for entrepreneurs programs in Raleigh, News & Observer (blog), Nov. 11, 2012. The Institute for Emerging Issues will focus its annual forum next year on manufacturing and it is beginning is begin this week with a series of programs that begin exploring the issue. 

Nov 12, 2012

Superconducting “Nanoflowers” Pack Big Energy In Small Batteries

Superconducting “Nanoflowers” Pack Big Energy In Small Batteries, Co.Exist, Nov. 2012. In the never-ending quest to make our batteries more efficient, scientists have a new breakthrough: incredibly thin sheets of metal that form a flower that can hold a lot of power. Linyou Cao, materials science and engineering, featured. 

Nov 8, 2012

Big Data Talent War: 7 Ways To Win

Big Data Talent War: 7 Ways To Win, InformationWeek – Online, Nov. 8, 2012. Analytics has been a hot topic for at least five years, so many colleges and universities are now turning out graduates from newly established degree programs. Our fifth tip is to tap into standout analytics programs including those at NC State University, the… 

Nov 8, 2012

From blue to red

From blue to red, Winston-Salem Journal, Nov. 7, 2012. President Barack Obama picked up all but one battleground state:North Carolina. Steven Greene, political science, featured.  

Nov 8, 2012

5 reasons Obama didn’t carry North Carolina

5 reasons Obama didn’t carry North Carolina, Charlotte Observer, Nov. 7, 2012. President Barack Obama almost ran the table Tuesday night when it came to battleground states. Andrew Taylor, political science, featured. 

Nov 8, 2012

NC State launches work on more efficient computers using 3DIC technology

NC State launches work on more efficient computers using 3DIC technology, PHYS.org, Nov. 8, 2012. NC State University researchers are launching an initiative to develop a computer that utilizes three-dimensional integrated chip (3DIC) technology and is significantly more energy efficient than anything else on the market today. Paul Franzon, electrical and computer engineering, featured. 

Nov 8, 2012

Institute for Nonprofits Director Named Entrepreneur of the Year

Institute for Nonprofits Director Named Entrepreneur of the Year, Philanthropy Journal, Nov. 8, 2012. Mary Tschirhart, director of NC State University’s Institute for Nonprofit Research, Education and Engagement (INPREE) and a professor of Public Administration, has been named NC State University 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year. 

Nov 8, 2012

A Silver Lining for the GOP in Governors’ Races

A Silver Lining for the GOP in Governor’s Races, TIME Swampland, Nov. 8, 2012. There will soon be 30 GOP state executives, which the Republican Governors Association touted as a “major accomplishment” given how evenly divided the country is right now. Steven Greene, a political science. 

Nov 8, 2012

NCSU recognizes its innovators

NCSU recognizes its innovators, Triangle Business Journal (Blog), Nov. 8, 2012. NC State University recognized innovation at the university on Wednesday, celebrating the 42 patents issued and 10 start-up companies it launched in 2012. 

Nov 7, 2012

Cisco Unveils WebEx Social for Higher Education

Cisco Unveils WebEx Social for Higher Education, MarketWatch, Nov. 7, 2012. To help higher education institutions achieve breakthrough levels of learning and teaching, Cisco Systems announced the Cisco WebEx(R) Social for Higher Education. This integrated, cloud-based solution, developed in concert with leading higher education institutions, including Duke University, North Carolina State University, Case Western Reserve and University of… 

Nov 7, 2012

Hundreds of Google Play apps create spoofed messages in users’ SMS inboxes, Symantec says

Hundreds of Google Play apps create spoofed messages in users’ SMS inboxes, Symantec says, Computerworld, Techworld, Nov. 7, 2012. About 200 Android applications currently hosted on Google Play create spoofed SMS messages on the devices they are installed on. Xuxian Jiang, computer science, featured. 

Nov 7, 2012

Christensen: GOP’s new control signals a conservative shift in state policies

Christensen: GOP’s new control signals a conservative shift in state policies, News & Observer, Nov. 7,  2012. Republicans took the reins of North Carolina state government for the first time since horse and buggy days Tuesday, likely signaling a conservative shift in policies ranging from education to taxes. Andrew Taylor, political science, featured. 

Nov 7, 2012

NC State launches work on more efficient computers using 3DIC technology

NC State launches work on more efficient computers using 3DIC technology, R&D Magazine, Nov. 8, 2012. NC State University researchers are launching an initiative to develop a computer that uses 3D integrated chip (3DIC) technology and is significantly more energy efficient than anything else on the market today. Paul Franzon, electrical and computer engineering, featured.