Physics

Mar 6, 2019  |  Alumni & Friends

Blasting Off Into History

NC State physics and engineering graduate Christina Hammock Koch blasts off for the International Space Station on March 14 to conduct experiments — and make history.

Mar 5, 2019

Six Sciences Faculty and Staff Nominated for Equity for Women Awards

The College of Sciences had the most nominees of any college at the university.

Feb 27, 2019  |  Honors and Awards

Three Sciences Faculty Named 2018-19 University Faculty Scholars

Faculty in biological sciences, chemistry and physics are among 20 early- and mid-career faculty recognized for their significant academic achievements and contributions to NC State.

Feb 13, 2019  |  Research and Innovation

A Zero-Gravity Laboratory

Physics Professor Karen Daniels and a team of undergraduates had two feet off the ground on a research flight that simulated gravity in outer space.

Feb 13, 2019  |  Quiz

Who’s Your Science Soulmate?

Take this quiz to discover which famous scientist is your perfect lab partner.

Feb 8, 2019  |  Research and Innovation

Enter NC State’s Envisioning Research Contest

A contest is helping NC State researchers tell the story of their work through images and video.

Jan 17, 2019  |  Honors and Awards

College Seeks Nominations for Faculty Awards

Nominations are now open for several awards open to College of Sciences faculty members.

Jan 17, 2019  |  Physics

Disorientation: A Science Poem by Katie Mack

Astrophysicist Katie Mack encourages us to "see [our] world from four billion miles away" in this poem, presented in text and video formats.

Oct 30, 2018  |  Alumni & Friends

The Roots of Success

Physics alumna Ragini Murarka is helping graduate students embrace opportunity at NC State by creating a graduate student award endowment in the College of Sciences.

Oct 16, 2018  |  Research and Innovation

Physicists Create Guidelines for Non-Equilibrium Measurements of Many-Body Systems

A research team found that electrons in materials in a non-equilibrium state don’t necessarily behave in the same way that materials in equilibrium do, which could affect experimental results.