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Researchers Explore The Link Between Environment, Genes And Health
NC State’s Center for Human Health and the Environment hosted its second annual symposium focused on epigenetics, environment and human health.
Top Innovator, Entrepreneurs Honored
Chancellor Randy Woodson honors some of NC State’s most prolific and accomplished researchers for their groundbreaking work. See the full list of honorees from this year’s Celebration of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The nation’s oldest town chartered by African-Americans rallies to recover from last year’s devastating storm. NC State faculty and students join a team of experts helping them chart a sustainable course for the future.
This Lab Went Paperless And Saved $30,000
The $105 lab manual once required for a popular NC State biotechnology course is now history. Learn why.
Thin Layers of Water Hold Promise for the Energy Storage of the Future
Researchers have found that incorporating atomically thin layers of water into a material makes it able to store and deliver energy much more quickly.
Physicist Ade Named Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Professor
The physicist is breaking new ground with his work on carbon electronics and fabricating more efficient plastic solar cells.
From Atoms to Batteries to the Workforce of the Future: Why Research Matters
If you want to build a cell-phone battery as thin as paper that powers your phone for a week, or have an electric vehicle like the Tesla go 500 miles on a single charge and recharge in just 10 minutes, you will have to start thinking small.
Faculty Integrate Sustainability In Business Courses
A grant has enabled Poole College of Management faculty to integrate sustainability into existing business management courses at NC State University.
NC State’s Sederoff Honored for Molecular Genetics Work with Forest Trees
An international prize goes to Ron Sederoff, a forestry professor whose research has given us a better understanding of forest trees’ biology and accelerated advances in plant breeding.
Yes, We Might Have No Bananas
Rob Dunn’s newest book, “Never Out of Season,” examines the risks of a lack of biodiversity in our food supply. Dunn is a professor in the Department of Applied Ecology.