New Material, Technique Efficiently Produce Hydrogen, Syngas Fuel Feedstock
Researchers have developed a technique that uses a new catalyst to convert methane and water into hydrogen and a fuel feedstock called syngas with the assistance of solar power.
Faculty Feedback Needed
Faculty members are invited to learn more about and discuss the plan to strengthen critical and creative thinking in undergraduate education at NC State.
Pantry Works to Feed the Pack
Enterprising students and employees have transformed concerns about food insecurity on campus into a grassroots solution. Join the Bulletin for a visit to NC State's new food pantry.
NC State Packs Meals to Feed Hungry
North Carolina State University students, faculty and staff will wrap up National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week on Saturday, Nov. 17, with a 125th anniversary event to package about 125,000 meals in support of school meal programs around the globe. […]
Health Care IT Providers Need To Do More To Solicit User Feedback
Information technology (IT) companies need to bring in doctors and other health care stakeholders in order to ensure that new technologies and applications are actually useful to the health care system – something which is currently fragmented at best, according […]
NC State Researchers Receive Grant to Convert Lignin into Chemical Feedstocks
Researchers at North Carolina State University have received a grant aimed at finding an energy efficient and environmentally friendly method for breaking down lignin—a renewable, energy-rich raw material found in plants—into feedstock for the petrochemical industry, which produces everything from […]
Trees Into Fuel: NC State Garners USDA Rural Development Grant to Study Wood as an Alternative Feedstock
A new three-year, nearly $1 million Rural Development Biomass Research and Development Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will allow North Carolina State University scientists to test the efficacy of growing genetically modified trees across North Carolina and using […]
Fall Commencement: Celebrating #NCState18
Spring graduation may get all the hype, but nearly half the degrees awarded for 2018 at NC State will be conferred at the fall commencement ceremony this December. Follow along as we celebrate the Wolfpack.
In the wake of increasingly frequent and violent Atlantic hurricanes, NC State faculty and students race to help rural, flood-prone communities in eastern North Carolina recover and rebuild, physically and economically. And they call on public officials to recognize the growing threat to the region.
Do Insects Fart? (They Sure Do!)
Do bugs fart? You bet. In fact, some of them pass an enormous amount of gas.
Citizen Science Can Play Role in Addressing Agricultural Challenges
A new paper highlights the potential of citizen science to address pressing research challenges in agriculture and food systems.
Shining a Light on the Invisible Problem of Food and Housing Insecurity
One in seven NC State students struggle with food insecurity. And, one in 10 struggle with housing insecurity. Read about one student's experience and learn what the university is doing to tackle the problem.
Researchers.One – A New Model for Open Access Publishing and Peer Review
Researchers develop genuinely open-access peer review publication platform they believe will promote academic freedom, broaden dissemination and even help improve the quality of scientific research.
A New Reality for Online Education
Online instruction at NC State is taking on a whole new meaning, thanks to emerging virtual reality technologies and the innovative folks at DELTA who adapt them for faculty and staff to use.
Faculty, Staff, Student and Alumni Awards and Honors
Below you’ll find a list of awards and honors recently earned by the NC State community. This list presents highlights taken from published news stories and from submissions made by colleges and units across the university. Visit news.ncsu.edu/submit-award/ to submit an award or […]