Expanding Tropical Forest Spells Disaster for Conservation
Plants and ants living in tropical savannas disappear when forests encroach due to lack of fire.
Microbot Origami Can Capture, Transport Single Cells
Microscopic cubes can be assembled and pre-programmed to change their shape and perform a variety of tasks, paving the way for soft biomimetic devices.
Record-Breaking Giving Shows Donors Bullish on NC State
NC State alumni and friends are investing in the university like never before, boosting charitable giving for scholarships, research, academic programs and faculty support to an all-time high.
Researchers Create Transparent, Stretchable Conductors Using Nano-Accordion Structure
Researchers have created stretchable, transparent conductors that work because of the structures’ “nano-accordion” design. The conductors could be used in applications such as flexible electronics, stretchable displays or wearable sensors.
Art, Engineering and Infinity: How Four College Students Ended Up Displaying Their Work With Escher and da Vinci
The concept of infinity and the desire to illustrate the creative process have given a team of NC State students the opportunity to showcase an electronic display they developed alongside the works of M.C. Escher and Leonardo da Vinci.
NC State’s Other Football Team
An NC State football game doesn't begin with kickoff or end when the clock expires. It takes the work of dozens — from groundskeepers to police officers to cooks — to create the game-day experience for 60,000-plus Wolfpack friends. Go behind the scenes with NC State magazine.
NC State research has yielded a potential new weapon in the fight against cancer: a daisy-shaped drug carrier that’s many thousands of times smaller than the period at the end of this sentence.
Explore NC State’s Hallowed Places
NC State's legacy of innovation and enterprise is reflected across campus in the university's hallowed places. Join us on a tour that explores NC State's past and points the way to its future.
A Home For History
For more than 150 years, millions of Lebanese have emigrated and created successful diaspora communities across the world. Yet there has never been a center outside of Lebanon devoted to learning their stories. An $8.1 million gift from Dr. Moise A. Khayrallah and his wife, Vera Khayrallah, will change that.
Return of the Native
When Pinehurst No. 2 hosts two U.S. Opens this summer, the world will see an NC State-led restoration that returns the course its native roots -- and sets a template for a more sustainable North Carolina golf industry.