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.
Mar 25, 2015
Study Underscores Complexity of Geopolitics in the Age of the Aztec Empire
New archaeological research highlights the complexity of geopolitics in Aztec-era Mesoamerica and illustrates how the relationships among ancient states extended beyond warfare and diplomacy to issues concerning trade and the flow of goods.
Feb 25, 2015
Re-creating ‘A Creative Protest’
No recording of Martin Luther King's "Fill Up the Jails" sermon exists. A group of digital humanities researchers is working to resurrect it using immersive digital tools and the Hunt Library.
Nov 10, 2014
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.