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Howling wolf statues on campus

Jan 11, 2021

Engineering Your Post-Postdoc Career

In a first-of-its-kind event, the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs collaborated with the College of Engineering to empower engineering postdocs to take advantage of the opportunities available at NC State to launch the next stage of their careers. 

Jan 19, 2016

ecoPRT: Grad Alum’s Vision for Moving People

NC State graduate alumnus Marshall Brain is working with students to explore a new way to move people around the university's campus: Meet ecoPRT. 

group of winners with dean

Oct 29, 2015

Engineering Students Sweep NC State’s First 3 Minute Thesis

Engineering students took all three prizes Oct. 28 in the first-ever 3 Minute Thesis competition at NC State University. The international competition challenges students to describe their dissertation research in 3 minutes, using just one slide. 

Aug 12, 2015

Elastic Drug Delivery Technology Releases Drugs When Stretched

Researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have developed a drug delivery technology that consists of an elastic patch that can be applied to the skin and will release drugs whenever the patch is stretched. 

composite metal foan

Jul 23, 2015

Study Finds Metal Foams Capable of Shielding X-rays, Gamma Rays, Neutron Radiation

Research from North Carolina State University shows that 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 the metal foams hold promise for use in nuclear safety, space exploration and medical technology applications. 

Jun 25, 2015

Distributed Technique for Power ‘Scheduling’ Advances Smart Grid Concept

NC State graduate students Navid Rahbari-Asr and Yuan Zhang are co-authors of a paper about a new technique for “scheduling” energy in electric grids that moves away from centralized management by tapping into the distributed computing power of energy devices.