Outrageous Heads Led to Outrageously Large Dinosaurs
Bling and big bods: theropod dinosaurs with bony crests, horns and knobs on their heads got bigger faster than their unornamented brethren.
To the Stars
Since childhood, Christina Hammock Koch has wanted to be an astronaut. After following her own path, the NC State alumna has done it.
Revealing the Past at Oberlin Cemetery
A partnership between historians, anthropologists, preservationists and geologists is unraveling the mystery and history of Oberlin Cemetery, and they’re using some surprising technologies to do it.
Reconfigurable Chaos-based Microchips Offer Possible Solution to Moore’s Law
New, nonlinear, chaos-based integrated circuits enable computer chips to perform multiple functions with fewer transistors.
Nucleon Interactions Key to Quantum Phase Transition
New research offers a window into how forces are connected to structure.
Forecasting Ocean ‘Weather’
Fishermen, offshore oil workers and even surfers can check the Atlantic's "ocean weather" thanks to a model prediction tool created by Ruoying He and his team.
NC Sea Grant/NC Space Grant Award First Joint Fellowships
NC State students Lindsey Smart and Seth Theuerkauf are recipients of the first graduate research fellowships offered jointly by North Carolina Sea Grant and North Carolina Space Grant.
Crossroads of Campus
What will go in the Harrelson hole? Here's a vision for the Crossroads building, which could become the heart of main campus on the edge of the Brickyard.
New Approach to Determining How Atoms Are Arranged in Materials
Researchers have developed a novel approach to materials characterization, using Bayesian statistical methods to glean new insights into the structure of materials.
Walk the Wild Side of Campus
Faculty and staff can volunteer to participate in the Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge and help discover what kind of mammals prowl the NC State campus at night.