Faculty Score NSF Early-Career Awards
Five faculty researchers receive grants to support their groundbreaking work in areas ranging from ultrafast out-of-equilibrium phase transitions to the evolution of damage in polymer composites.
Faculty Inventors Honored
Two faculty members at North Carolina State University are being named fellows by the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). The new NAI fellows are Donald L. Bitzer, Distinguished University Research Professor of Computer Science, and William Ditto, professor of physics. The […]
NC State Student Kobi Felton Receives Prestigious Marshall Scholarship
Senior Kobi Felton gets great news: He's been selected for two years of graduate study in the U.K. with support from a Marshall Scholarship.
Study Shows Need for Adaptive Powered Knee Prosthesis to Assist Amputees
Study shows adaptive robotic prosthesis could be helpful to amputees attempting to adapt to real-world situations, like carrying a backpack.
NC State Experts Can Discuss Hurricane, Flood Issues
NC State experts are ready to share knowledge on a host of storm-related topics.
A Walk Around Campus
Not every step on NC State's campus has to be on a brick sidewalk or plaza. In fact, you can spend an entire day walking the Wake County edges of the university, from Yates Mill County Park to a pasture adjacent to William B. Umstead State Park, and seldom leave NC State property.
Look Ma, No Hands: Researchers Use Vacuum for Hands-Free Patterning of Liquid Metal
NC State engineers have utilized vacuum to create a more efficient, hands-free method for filling complex microchannels with liquid metal.
DELTA Announces 2017-18 Grant Recipients
DELTA will give more than $236,000 in new and continuing DELTA grants to 25 recipients across eight academic colleges.
Microbot Origami Can Capture, Transport Single Cells
Microscopic cubes can be assembled and pre-programmed to change their shape and perform a variety of tasks, paving the way for soft biomimetic devices.
High-Temperature Superconductivity in B-doped Q-Carbon
Researchers have significantly increased the temperature at which carbon-based materials act as superconductors, using a novel, boron-doped Q-carbon material.