Dec 31, 2015
DeSimone to Receive National Medal of Technology and Innovation
The White House announced on Tuesday, Dec. 22 the latest recipients of the National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology and Innovation – our nation’s highest honors for achievement and leadership in advancing […]
Nov 19, 2015
At downtown's HQ Raleigh, NC State Poole College of Management students work with real-world entrepreneurs and learn what it takes to launch successful startups.
Nov 19, 2015
Are People Inherently Good or Bad at Learning New Tech? Your Opinion Matters
If you think people are inherently good or bad at learning how to use new technology, odds are good that it’s harder for you to learn how to use new technology.
Oct 13, 2015
Researchers Use ‘Avatar’ Experiments to Get Leg Up on Locomotion
Simple mechanical descriptions of the way people and animals walk, run, jump and hop liken whole leg behavior to a spring or pogo stick. But until now, no one has mapped the body’s complex physiology […]
Sep 21, 2015
Best of Both Worlds: FREEDM-Pair Switches for Power Devices
Pairing switches in power devices can improve performance while keeping costs relatively low.
Sep 1, 2015
New Technique Lowers Cost of Energy-Efficient Embedded Computer Systems
Electrical and computer engineers have developed a new technique for creating less-expensive, low-power embedded systems – the computing devices found in everything from thermostats to automobiles.
Aug 11, 2015
Elastic Drug Delivery Technology Releases Drugs When Stretched
Delivering drugs in an efficient way won't be a stretch for new NC State technology.
May 11, 2015
NC State Team Selected for FAA Unmanned Aircraft Center of Excellence
NC State is part of a coalition selected by the FAA as a Center of Excellence for unmanned aircraft research.
Apr 1, 2015
Springing Ahead of Nature: Device Increases Walking Efficiency
Research published in the journal Nature describes the way an unpowered exoskeleton device can put a spring in your step to increase walking efficiency.
Dec 18, 2014
New Technique Moves Researchers Closer to New Range of GaN Biosensors
Researchers have found a way of binding peptides to the surface of gallium nitride (GaN) in a way that keeps the peptides stable even when exposed to water and radiation. The discovery moves researchers one step closer to developing a new range of biosensors for use in medical and biological research applications.