Intelligence Study IDs Key Factors for Government, Academia, Industry Collaboration
A study of government and industry teamwork at an NSA-funded research center found an established suite of factors are key to fostering effective collaboration for the intelligence community.
Study Finds Grad Students Benefit From Industry-University Collaborations
A new study finds graduate students garner professional benefits from being trained as part of research consortia that bring together university and industry partners.
Computer Sciences Will Rock the Oval
Centennial Rocks, slated for Wednesday at the Oval, will bring the NC State community and Centennial Campus partners together for an event that features food, fun, beer and live music.
Eastman Partnership a Win-Win
Officials at Eastman Chemical say the company will renew its master research agreement with NC State, citing the benefits of the strategic partnership.
Butterflies Get Royal Treatment on Golf Course
A team of volunteers supported by NC State and BASF plants milkweed and wildflowers at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course to create a habitat for rare monarch butterflies.
Triangle Smart Cities to Hold First Summit June 6
NC State and the City of Raleigh are hosting the first Triangle Smart Cities Summit June 6 at the Hunt Library on NC State’s Centennial Campus.
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.
Bee the Change: New Apiary on Centennial Campus
Thanks to a public-private partnership, Centennial Campus is now home to 150,000 honeybees in seven beehives. The new apiary will create opportunities for tours and other forms of pollinator-related education.
Pilot Project Offers Blueprint for Addressing Mental Health Needs of Homeless Children
Lessons learned from five-year pilot project to meet the mental health needs of children in homeless families could serve as a blueprint for similar efforts around the country.
New ‘Bottlebrush’ Electroactive Polymers Make Dielectric Elastomers Increasingly Viable for Use in Devices
A new electroactive polymer can change shape and size when exposed to a relatively small electric field. The advance overcomes longstanding challenges regarding the use of electroactive polymers to develop new devices, opening the door to a suite of applications ranging from microrobotics to designer technologies.