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Jan 18, 2022

The Future of History: How New Tools Tap Into Diverse Perspectives on the Past

Digital tools and technologies are unlocking new ways of helping us explore and understand our past. 

woman with red hair puts band-aid on black woman wearing a face mask; the image suggests that the black woman just received her vaccine shot

Jan 12, 2022

What the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Taught Us About Flu Vaccines

A lot needs to be done if we want to be prepared for a potential influenza pandemic. 

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Jan 4, 2022

Forensic Researchers Call for Proactive Efforts to Address Racism

The call responds to issues of systemic racism highlighted by the BLM movement. 

Dec 15, 2021

Sweat-Powered Wearable Sensors Land NC State Researcher on Newsweek’s Inaugural ‘Greatest Disruptors’ List

Newsweek recognized Amay J. Bandodkar for his work on wearable battery-free sensors and skin-friendly wearable batteries.  

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Dec 1, 2021

What Is the Omicron Variant of COVID-19? And What Do We Know About It?

There's still a lot we don't know. But here's what we do know. 

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Nov 30, 2021

Study Highlights Diversity of the Gut Microbiome in Gorillas

The study suggests that what constitutes a healthy microbiome can vary between individuals. 

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Nov 29, 2021

Study Details Baseline Needs to Bring Factories into Compliance with Labor Standards

The study is a significant step toward building support for making the needed changes. 

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Nov 2, 2021

New Tool Assesses How Well People Read Kids’ Emotions

The new technique shows that adults are often wrong when assessing the emotions of children. 

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Oct 28, 2021

How COVID-19 Vaccine Marketing Strategies Must Change for Global Success

Different approaches are effective in different parts of the world. 

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Oct 13, 2021

Scientists Seen as Trustworthy Experts When Sharing Their Work in Online Videos

Viewers responding positively to researchers who present their own work. 

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Oct 7, 2021

New Images Lead to Better Prediction of Shear Thickening

The work allows us to directly understand a phenomenon that has significant industrial applications. 

Chris Frey and Joe DeCarolis

Oct 5, 2021

NC State Faculty Nominated for Key White House Roles

The faculty have been asked to take on leadership roles at the EPA and Department of Energy. 

Gen Alpha

Oct 5, 2021

Meet the Mini Millennials: Generation Alpha

Let's talk about Gen Alpha, brand loyalties and the future of marketing. 

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Sep 22, 2021

Model Advances Understanding of Incorporating 3D Printing Into Supply Chains

Spare parts are a headache for supply chains. 3D printing may help. But...it's complicated. 

hand in a latex gloves holds a vial of covid-19 vaccine

Sep 2, 2021

Vaccine Q&A: Are COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Ethical?

What about vaccine mandates? And when can we vaccinate kids?