Common Bricks Can Be Used to Detect Past Presence of Uranium, Plutonium
Researchers have demonstrated a technique that can determine whether common bricks have ever been near a radiological source.
Research Improves Food Bank Effectiveness, Equity
NC State researchers have developed computer models to improve the ability of food banks to feed as many people as possible, as equitably as possible, while reducing food waste.
What Do You Get When You Cross an Airplane With a Submarine?
The EagleRay is the first unmanned, fixed-wing aircraft capable of traveling through the air and underwater – transitioning repeatedly between sky and sea.
Will a Cold Winter Kill Off Ticks?
Cold weather won’t kill off ticks. But a brutal winter could still have an effect on tick populations. Maybe.
Piano/Visual Recital Takes Off for Stars
Experience the fruits of a creative collaboration of NC State faculty at a recital inspired by the vastness and beauty of the cosmos.
Novel System Aims to Improve Biomanufacturing Processes
A novel approach integrates existing technologies to improve biomanufacturing processes used to make everything from pharmaceuticals to fuels.
Shining a Light on the ‘Invisible Scholars’
A new book examines the contributions and needs of postdoctoral fellows.
Researchers show thermally activated delayed photoluminescence from semiconductor nanocrystals
Researchers find "control dial" for semiconductor nanocrystal systems, allowing for creation of particles with unique photoluminescent properties.
Fieldwork in Africa Informs Science – and Changes a Scientist
How one postdoc's experiences in Kenya changed the way he views himself and his work.
NC State undergrad Kobi Felton, a chemical engineering major who is minoring in Spanish, heads off to the United Kingdom next fall as a 2018 Marshall Scholar. Find out how his time at NC State changed his life.