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.
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.
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.
Ison Wins NSF Career Award
Pantula To Lead NSF Division
Dr. Sastry Pantula, professor and head of the statistics department, has been named director of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Mathematical Sciences.
NSF Funds Engineering Prof
The National Science Foundation has committed $400,000 to Dr. Michael Dickey's research on micromoldable liquid metal.
Arumugam Receives NSF Career Award
The National Science Foundation will support Dr. Sankar Arumugam's research on streamflow and water quality forecasts over the next five years.
Fueling His Passion
Tim Turner is a baby boomer on a crusade, trying to refine a process that can turn animal fat and waste grease into hydrocarbon fuels. He developed the process three years ago with three NC State professors. Although Turner could be mistaken for a professor himself, he's actually a 57-year-old graduate student embarking on a career in the green economy.
Mathematics Wins NSF Grant
The Department of Mathematics has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant titled "Alliance for Building Faculty Diversity in the Mathematical Sciences" that will fund postdoctoral fellowships to new Ph.D.s for a period of up to three years.
NC State researchers have received a three-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s Center for Chemical Innovation for research in the emerging field of molecular spintronics.