Researchers Explore Voltage-Driven Liquid Metal Fractals
NC State researchers find that low voltage makes high surface-tension liquid metal spread and form fractals.
5 Things I Love About NC State Physics
Dean Bill Ditto, a physicist, says few physics departments anywhere can rival NC State's rich tradition.
On Social: Summer of Science
Our students spent the summer doing all kinds of science all over the globe. See what summer vacation was like for them.
In this video, see how astrophysicist Carla Fröhlich learns about the chemical elements all around us by studying faraway stars and supernovae.
Meet the New Sciences Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty
Meet six new additions to our tenured and tenure-track faculty, and find out why they’re excited to join the NC State family.
Physicist Richard Longland Receives DOE Early Career Research Award
The prestigious award will support Longland's research on the life cycles of stars, with the goal of better understanding how the elements in the universe were made.
Finding Neutrinos: A Q&A With Physicist Matthew Green
An NC State physicist describes his work detecting neutrinos, one of the basic building blocks of the universe.
Physics App Selected for a 2017 Campus Technology Impact Award
An app created to help NC State physics students better understand complex experiments has won a national award.
17 Highlights of Our Extraordinary 2016-17
The just-ended school year had so many amazing highlights that it was hard to pick just a few. Find out why it was one of our best ever.
Quiz: Is It Getting Hot in Here?
Summer is here! Test your knowledge of the heat by trying to scorch this summer-themed quiz.