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Mar 4, 2015

The Internet of Energy

A resurgent America needs a smarter power grid. At the FREEDM Systems Center, NC State researchers are leading the charge to create it — alongside their partners in industry, government and academia. 

Oct 2, 2013

Duckworth Scores NSF Award

Owen Duckworth, associate professor of soil science, has received a five-year, $400,000 award from the National Science Foundation to study the structure, reactivity and biological diversity of iron oxide deposits present in rivers, lakes and springs. 

May 22, 2013

Collaborative Nanoscale Facility Opens

Scientists at the Triangle's three major universities leveraged the power of collaboration to secure funding for a new high-tech nanoscale facility. 

Oct 22, 2012

Learn More About Plant Systems Research

The National Science Foundation and NC State hosts a plant systems biology workshop on Nov. 1 to Nov. 3 at the University Club. 

Nov 3, 2011

Narayan Wins $25,000 Prize

Dr. Jagdish “Jay” Narayan delivered a Centennial Campus lecture this week as winner of a $25,000 prize  for scientific and educational achievement in engineering. 

Oct 18, 2011

Apply for NSF Advance Workshops

If you’re a faculty member who’s interested in pursuing administrative positions, learn what it takes to succeed. 

Aug 25, 2011

Trail of Ants Leads to Lab

The world's first ant census is under way at NC State. Find out how you can add some ants from your backyard to the ambitious collection. 

May 10, 2011

Grant Wins Leadership Award

Dr. Christine Grant, associate dean for faculty development and professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, has won a national leadership award. 

Jan 18, 2011

Krim Named NSF Fellow

Dr. Jackie Krim, physics professor, was recently selected as an American Creativity and Innovation Fellow by the National Science Foundation’s Division of Materials Research. 

Aug 4, 2010

Ison Wins NSF Career Award

    Dr. Elon Ison, assistant professor of chemistry, received an Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.