Apr 27, 2015
Lightweight Membrane Can Significantly Reduce In-Flight Aircraft Noise
Riding in a helicopter or airplane can be a noisy experience for passengers. But researchers have developed a membrane that can be incorporated into aircraft to drastically reduce the low-frequency noise that penetrates the cabin.
Jan 23, 2015
New Technique Helps Probe Performance of Organic Solar Cell Materials
Researchers have developed a way to determine the role that a material’s structure has on the efficiency of organic solar cells, which are candidates for low-cost, next generation solar power. The finding will help guide future research and development efforts.
Jan 20, 2015
Wearable Sensor Smooths Path to Long-Term EKG, EMG Monitoring
Researchers have developed a wearable sensor that uses silver nanowires to monitor electrophysiological signals. The sensor is as accurate as the “wet electrode” sensors used in hospitals for EKGs and EMGs, but can be used for long-term monitoring and is more accurate than existing sensors when a patient is moving.
Dec 8, 2014
Nanoparticle Allows Low-Cost Creation of 3-D Nanostructures
Researchers have developed a new lithography technique that uses nanoscale spheres to create 3-D structures with biomedical, electronic and photonic applications.
Apr 28, 2014
Hunt Is Home to Animatronic Wolf
Using 3-D scanning technology, computer-aided design software and good old-fashioned elbow grease, two engineering students create a capstone project for the ages: an animatronic timber wolf for the high-tech Hunt Library.
Nov 7, 2013
First in the Future of Flight
NC State researchers hope Vireo, an unmanned aviation vehicle barely larger than a football, will make big contributions to agriculture, law enforcement and first responders. Join us for a test flight.
May 31, 2013
Kuznetsov Wins Humboldt Award
Andrey V. Kuznetsov, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, joins an elite group of international academics honored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Germany.
Mar 16, 2011
Fire It Up
The basketball is in your hands, the score is tied and time's running out. You're about 10 feet away from the basket on the right side of the court, just outside the free-throw lane. Before the clock hits 0:00, check out new research from NC State engineers that shows whether a direct shot or a bank shot has a better chance of scoring your team a postgame victory celebration.
Mar 11, 2011
Take Your Best Shot
Should you bank the basketball off the backboard or aim for nothing but net? Let NC State engineers improve your game with shots based on science.
Mar 7, 2011
Ferguson Receives NSF Career Award
Dr. Scott M. Ferguson, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, has received a Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.