Ph.D. Student Shares Her Passion for Computer Science
Veronica Catete spent much of her graduate school career sharing her passion for computer science with middle and high school students. After graduating in May, she will continue her work through NC State's Game2Learn Lab.
Statistics Students Benefit from 2017 eGames Winnings
The graduate students of Ataristicians used their winnings from the 2017 Lulu eGames to create games and videos to share their love of statistics, with help from undergraduate design students.
Winners Named for 2018 Research Symposium
Twenty-four students were named winners in eight research categories at the Graduate Student Research Symposium, featuring posters by more than 200 students.
Computers Discover Compounds That Could Reduce Listeria’s Virulence
Postdoctoral researcher Melaine Kuenemann is part of a team using computer modeling to find compounds that could limit Listeria's virulence.
NC State scientists, including postdoc Javier Brumos Fuentes, are exploring the molecular-level processes that cause tomatoes to ripen. What they discover could have big implications for a range of traits -- from flavor to firmness -- in fruit-bearing crops.
Student Spotlight: “I Enjoy the Challenge of Solving Problems”
Biochemistry Ph.D. student Gabriela Schroder conducts cutting-edge protein research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory that has implications for drug development and human health.
Envisioning Research: NC State Calls for Research Image Contest Submissions
NC State is calling on grad students, postdocs, faculty and staff to take part in Envisioning Research, the university’s annual research image contest.
CVM Grad Student Tyler Allen Lands on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List
Tyler Allen, Ph.D. student and president of the Graduate Student Association, has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, which highlights visionaries in 20 different industries.
A ‘Smart’ Insulin Patch May Aid Future Therapies
Yanqi Ye, biomedical engineering student, is exploring ways to use micro-needles in a skin patch prevent and control diabetes and skin cancer.
Working With the Game-Changer Known as CRISPR
Student Katelyn Brandt came to NC State to get in on the cutting edge of research involving a new gene-editing technique called CRISPR.