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Winter Break Generates Energy Savings
NC State avoided energy costs of more than $478,000 over winter break.
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Provide valuable feedback to NC State Energy Management about engagement strategies for energy and water conservation efforts.
DOE grant brings renewed energy to NC State COE in more ways than one
Nothing energizes the engineering community like fusion. Scientists have seen fusion startups crop up around the country in recent years as fusion becomes less of an experimental, fundamental science program and more of an energy program.
ME grad is ready to make the world a greener place
Unlike so many college students, Caleb Jolley, mechanical engineering ‘23, always knew he wanted to go into engineering. He just wasn’t quite sure what that looked like.
Carbon Electronics Cluster Co-directors Named to Highly Cited Researchers List
Harald Ade, Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Professor of Physics, and Aram Amassian, University Faculty Scholar and professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, have been named to an annual list of the world’s most highly cited researchers.
Holiday Savings Ahead
Explore NC State’s Holiday Energy Savings Initiative and learn the small steps you can take to significantly reduce energy consumption and expenses.
The Quest for Net Zero
On this episode of Farms, Food and You, Joe Sagues, principal investigator of the Biocarbon Utilization & Sequestration (BUS) Lab in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, discusses carbon recycling and the potential it holds for farmers, entrepreneurs and society in general.
Energy and Water Competition Winners Announced
NC State student-led Energy and Water Competition winners announced.
Material Would Allow Users to ‘Tune’ Windows to Block Targeted Wavelengths of Light
Users could switch windows to a mode that blocks infrared light, helping keep a building cool while leaving the windows transparent to visible light.
NC State Researchers Developing Climate-Friendly Solution for Pulp and Paper Industry
NC State researchers will lead a $2.6 million project aimed at developing a nature-based, renewable technology to reduce the carbon emissions of kraft pulping.