Rapid Cloud-Clearing Phenomenon Could Provide Another Piece of Climate Puzzle
New NC State research published in Science shows rapid and dramatic clearing of low cloud cover could shed light on how clouds affect Earth’s heating and cooling.
Following the Path: Making Huge Calculations Predictable
A new approach narrows down huge calculations, like those involved in quantum physics, by focusing on a single, predictive parameter.
Researchers Find Connection Between Genes, Response to Environmental Chemicals
NC State research findings are a starting point to confirm that individuals may react differently to chemicals in the environment based on genetic profile.
Researchers Find Vitamin D Receptor Is Target for Disruption by Environmental Chemicals
New NC State research sheds light on the ways in which environmental chemicals can affect vitamin D receptors.
ChemMaps Lets Researchers Navigate the Chemical Universe
A new online service from NC State researchers lets users navigate the chemical space of thousands of drugs and environmental compounds in 3D and real time.
New Compound Effective Against Drug-Resistant Pathogens Could Lead to Next-Generation Antibiotics
A new synthetic compound inspired by a natural product could be a useful chemical tool for studying antibiotic-resistant infections.
Researchers Listen for Failure in Granular Materials
A new way to probe granular materials — like the ground beneath us — without disturbing them may enable researchers to forecast their failure.
A Better B1 Building Block
A B1 precursor called cHET can be easily taken up and used in extremely small concentrations by phytoplankton and plants.
How Frequent Hurricanes Change Estuarial Ecosystems
An NC State researcher explains how increased hurricane frequency can lead to increased algal blooms, fish kills and dead zones in estuaries.
Researcher to Study GenX Exposure in Cape Fear Fish, Alligators
An NC State toxicologist will study GenX exposure in striped bass, catfish and alligators that inhabit the Cape Fear River watershed.