Tackling Perceived Bias in Engineering Education
NC State researchers are taking the lead in understanding and addressing perceived bias in engineering education programs across the country.
Finding New Drugs, Faster
NC State is launching a drug discovery initiative to reinvigorate the hunt for powerful new drugs.
Energizing African Development
Lack of access to reliable power is termed “energy poverty,” and we are studying efforts to address it.
The nation’s oldest town chartered by African-Americans rallies to recover from last year’s devastating storm. NC State faculty and students join a team of experts helping them chart a sustainable course for the future.
$1 Million NSF Grant Launches Unique Master’s Program
A $1 million National Science Foundation grant will enable the college to create a new interdisciplinary master’s program for students from underrepresented groups.
Social, Computer Scientists Want to Share Data On Group Behavior
Computer and social scientists have collaborated to develop a large data set on how group behavior and technology influence decision-making – and they want to share that data with other researchers.
Hands-On Model Helps Students Understand Genetic Engineering
A team of faculty and undergraduate researchers have created an interactive, physical model to teach students about genetics and biological processes at the cellular level.
‘Great Pumpkin Project’ Recruits Citizen Scientists to Document Agricultural Biodiversity
A team of biology researchers is recruiting citizen scientists to participate in a study of which microbes and insects visit the same crop plants around the world.
New Tool Can Help Policymakers Prioritize Information Needs for Synthetic Biology Tech
Researchers have developed a model that can be used to assess emerging synthetic biology products to determine what needs to be done to inform future policies.
ORIED Announces Inaugural GRIP Winners
Four NC State research teams have been selected as the inaugural winners of the Game-Changing Research Incentive Program (GRIP), a three-year, $2.3 million seed-funding initiative designed to stimulate interdisciplinary and collaborative research in the Triangle.