DeSimone Captures Big Nanoscience Prize
Acclaimed chemical and biomolecular engineer Joseph DeSimone scores the inaugural Kabiller Prize in Nanoscience and Nanomedicine for innovations leading to new cancer treatments, inhalable therapeutics for pulmonary diseases and next-generation vaccines.
Researchers Use ‘Avatar’ Experiments to Get Leg Up on Locomotion
Simple mechanical descriptions of the way people and animals walk, run, jump and hop liken whole leg behavior to a spring or pogo stick. But until now, no one has mapped the body’s complex physiology – which in locomotion includes […]
Two of the brightest young researchers within NC State’s College of Engineering have been producing outstanding work for years. Now they’ve won the acclaim of two of the world’s most influential technology magazines.
Best of Both Worlds: FREEDM-Pair Switches for Power Devices
Pairing switches in power devices can improve performance while keeping costs relatively low.
Elastic Drug Delivery Technology Releases Drugs When Stretched
Delivering drugs in an efficient way won't be a stretch for new NC State technology.
Sandcastles Inspire New Nanoparticle Binding Technique
Assembling nanoparticle networks in liquid is like a day at the beach.
Digital Humanities Team Not Donne Yet
Groundbreaking work in the digital humanities earns a visit from the chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, who surprises the university with a record-breaking gift.
Environmentally Friendly Lignin Nanoparticle ‘Greens’ Silver Nanobullet to Battle Bacteria
Technique combines silver with lignin to create effective and environmentally benign nanobullets.
Parry at White House for Presidential Award
Elizabeth Parry journeys to Washington, D.C. to receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring.
Engineering Graduate Student Wins Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
Ph.D. student Alexander Richter wins a prestigious prize for innovative, pest-controlling nanoparticles.