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Author: Christy Sadler

Joshua Pierce works in his lab

Jul 29, 2020

New Program Drives Research and Training in Chemistry and Life Sciences

The recently launched Chemistry of Life Program will bring together researchers at the intersection of chemistry and life sciences. 

Two researchers look at samples under a microscope and on a screen in a darkened lab

Jul 28, 2020

Aligning Strengths to Advance Medicine

Sciences faculty and students are playing a big part in the university's Comparative Medicine Institute, which strengthens research and training across disciplines to pioneer advances in biomedical sciences. 

Students participating in the NC Science Olympiad

Jul 20, 2020

North Carolina Science Olympiad Joins NC State University

The College of Sciences is welcoming a leading K-12 STEM learning organization. 

Metal wolves in the Brickyard

Jul 14, 2020

College Exceeds Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign Goal

The College of Sciences has surpassed its $60 million goal more than 18 months ahead of schedule. 

Dali Sun

Jun 23, 2020

NC State Physicist Receives DOE Early Career Award

Assistant Professor Dali Sun has earned a prestigious award to support his spintronics research. 

Jun 22, 2020

New Study on Neural Networks Has Implications for Improved AI Applications

AZO Robotics
At North Carolina State University, researchers have found when neural networks are taught physics, they can better adapt to chaos within their environment. 

The NC State Belltower against a blue sky, with flowering trees in the foreground

Jun 8, 2020

From the Departments

Catch up on the latest news from our academic departments. 

The Solomon Scholars pose with Mr. and Ms. Wuf in Reynolds Coliseum

May 27, 2020

College Honors 2020 Solomon Scholar Graduates

Meet four extraordinary students who received support from the college's signature undergraduate scholarship program. 

May 20, 2020

Universities Overcome Bumps in Transitions to Online Teaching

Physics Today
Similarly, Karen Daniels of North Carolina State University says she’d be comfortable teaching remotely for a day or so if she leaves town to attend a conference. But, she says, “even if we have found replacements for all the parts of a normal face-to-face class, it’s not the same. We are not delivering what we need to.” 

May 14, 2020

Tropical Storm Arthur Could Develop Off the East Coast This Weekend — 2 Weeks Before Hurricane Season Starts

Forbes
Forecasters call for a well-above average season this year, with a forecast from North Carolina State University calling for up to 22 named storms, which would be the second-most ever seen in one season.