Domain Size and Purity Key to Efficient Organic Solar Cells
NC State researchers are studying the molecular composition of solar cells to figure out how to make solar energy more efficient and affordable.
Helminck to Receive 2016 AMS Distinguished Public Service Award
Dr. Loek Helminck will receive the 2016 Distinguished Public Service Award from the American Mathematical Society.
Researchers Simulate Scattering of Helium Nuclei Within Stars
An NC State physicist has helped develop a new computational method to understand the synthesis of elements within stars.
2015 Distinguished Alumnus Award: John Sanders
This year’s Distinguished Alumnus Award winner, Dr. John Sanders, is a true American hero.
2015 Zenith Medal for Service: Linda Balfour and Robert Hill
The winners of the 2015 Zenith Medal for Service are wife and husband Linda Balfour and Robert Hill.
2015 Outstanding Young Alumnus: Jamila Simpson
Dr. Jamila Simpson is the winner of the 2015 Outstanding Young Alumnus Award.
Breakthrough Research on the Elusive Neutrino
NC State physicists were part of a team of neutrino researchers that shared the 2015 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, the richest award in the field.
Trap-jaw Ants Exhibit Previously Unseen Jumping Behavior
An NC State biologist finds that trap-jaw ants leap forward as well as backward to escape threats.
Researchers Confirm Original Blood Vessels in 80 Million-Year-Old Fossil
The findings add to the growing body of evidence that structures like blood vessels and cells can persist over millions of years
Sciences Students Win Top Honors at National Conference
Two College of Sciences students won top honors at a national conference for underrepresented minorities.