Aug 19, 2015
Vomiting Device Offers First Direct Evidence That Vomit Aerosolizes Norovirus-Like Particles
Using a vomiting device of their creation, researchers are reporting the first direct evidence that vomiting can aerosolize virus particles similar to human norovirus.
Aug 18, 2015
Biomedical Engineer Zhen Gu Named to Tech Review’s Top Innovators Under 35
Zhen Gu, an assistant professor in NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill’s joint biomedical engineering program, has been named one of MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators Under 35” for his work on developing novel drug-delivery systems for treating cancer and diabetes.
Jul 17, 2015
Study Finds Metal Foams Capable of Shielding X-rays, Gamma Rays, Neutron Radiation
Research shows lightweight composite metal foams are effective at blocking X-rays, gamma rays and neutron radiation, and are capable of absorbing the energy of high impact collisions. The finding means metal foams hold promise for use in nuclear safety, space exploration and medical technology applications.
Jul 13, 2015
Researchers Find Nanowires Have Unusually Pronounced ‘Anelastic’ Properties
Researchers have found that nanoscale wires (nanowires) made of common semiconductor materials have a pronounced anelasticity – meaning that the wires, when bent, return slowly to their original shape rather than snapping back quickly.
Jun 9, 2015
Experts Convene to Discuss How to Protect Bees, Other Pollinators
This autumn, researchers, educators, and industry experts from around the country will descend on a small town in rural North Carolina to discuss a question with repercussions for both the economy and the environment: what can be done to protect bees and other pollinators?
Jun 3, 2015
How Do Scientists Predict the Size of a ‘Dead Zone’?
What causes the enormous 'dead zone' in the Gulf of Mexico? And how do researchers predict how big it will be?
Apr 30, 2015
Why, and How, Computational Research is Changing Materials Science
To stay competitive, businesses and governments are constantly looking for materials that will open the door to new technologies or sources of energy. And computational research is key to developing those new materials.
Apr 29, 2015
CED Prof, 6 Students Nab Fulbrights
Education professor Patricia L. Marshall will spend next academic year in Ecuador, while a record six NC State students and alumni will study abroad thanks to Fulbright scholar grants.
Apr 23, 2015
Electron Spin Brings Some Order to High Entropy Alloys
High entropy alloys (HEAs) are known for amazing properties -- and having chaotic atomic structures. But researchers have discovered that electron spin brings a previously unknown degree of order to HEAs, and may play a role in giving the alloys desirable properties.
Apr 1, 2015
Paul’s Cross Scores Digital Humanities Award
A digital reenactment of John Donne's 1622 Gunpowder Day sermon wins a top award for data visualization. See what happens when you bring together experts in literature, history, architectural design, archeology, acoustical engineering and computer modeling.