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.
What You Should Know About CRISPR
You’ve seen headlines and possibly even heard podcasts on the topic of genetic editing. If you have not yet memorized the acronym CRISPR, you may want to start.
Americans Want a Say in Human Genome Editing
Student Mira Abed used a summer internship with the Los Angeles Times to explain the results of a survey on how Americans feel about CRISPR.
Blueberries: Student Works to Create Disease-Resistant Cultivars
Graduate student Ashley Yow is looking for ways to create blueberries that are resistant to mummy berry disease.
An Intrepid Veteran and NC State Alum Finds A Hat That Fits
As a state park ranger, alumna Jessica Phillips is using her position to inform and 'bring the parks to the people.'
Researching Ethics in Counseling with an Aim to Help Others
Latonya Graham's experience in public health led her to explore the ethics of how and when to notify patients of disease exposure.
This Family Recipe is a Recipe for Success
A doctoral program in food science gave Michael Lloyd the knowledge he needed to launch and expand a business, based on a family sauce recipe.
We Need More Industry Immersion Programs
Tova Williams, who participated in the Graduate School's Industry Immersion Program last summer, tells why the experience is important for doctoral students and postdocs who want jobs in industry.
Striving to Build a Safe, Sustainable Apparel Industry
Ph.D. student Rejaul Hasan seeks ways to support sustainability in Bangladesh's apparel industry.