Jun 23, 2015
Smart Insulin Patch Could Replace Painful Injections for Diabetes
Painful insulin injections could become a thing of the past for the millions of Americans who suffer from diabetes, thanks to a new invention from researchers at NC State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who have created the first “smart insulin patch.”
Feb 11, 2015
NC State Researchers Land UNC System Research Grants
NC State is a key partner in five of six grants awarded as part of a new, statewide initiative designed to advance strategically-important collaborative research projects in North Carolina.
Jan 14, 2015
Gu Joins A-List Team Tapped to Stop Diabetes
The American Diabetes Association is funding some of America's top researchers, including NC State's Zhen Gu, to accelerate the development of new and innovative treatments for diabetes.
Jan 6, 2015
‘Flying Carpet’ Technique Uses Graphene to Deliver One-Two Punch of Anticancer Drugs
Researchers develop nanoscale “flying carpets” to deliver anticancer drugs directly to targeted parts of cancer cells.
Nov 21, 2014
Researchers Study Impact of Power Prosthetic Failures on Amputees
Powered lower limb prosthetics hold promise for improving the mobility of amputees, but errors in the technology may also cause some users to stumble or fall. New research examines exactly what happens when these technologies fail, with the goal of developing a new generation of more robust powered prostheses.
Nov 10, 2014
NC State research has yielded a potential new weapon in the fight against cancer: a daisy-shaped drug carrier that’s many thousands of times smaller than the period at the end of this sentence.
Oct 13, 2014
Bio-Inspired ‘Nano-Cocoons’ Offer Targeted Drug Delivery Against Cancer Cells
Researchers have developed a drug delivery system consisting of nanoscale “cocoons” made of DNA that target cancer cells and trick the cells into absorbing the cocoon before unleashing anticancer drugs.
Oct 2, 2013
Sawicki Receives NIH Grant
Greg Sawicki, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has received a five-year, $750,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to compare different robotic ankle devices to assist people with stroke-related mobility impairments.
Jan 16, 2012
When running is easier than walking
Sometimes, it's easier to break into a run than to keep up a walking pace. NC State research points to an important calf muscle to explain this apparent paradox.
Nov 7, 2011
Gallippi Awarded NIH Funding
Dr. Caterina M. Gallippi, biomedical engineering professor, received a five-year National Institutes of Health grant for muscular dystrophy research.