Cell-Killing Proteins Suppress Listeria Without Killing Cells
What happens when proteins that kill cells as a defense mechanism decide to not kill cells? An NC State study reveals the answer.
NC State Researchers Predict Normal 2019 Hurricane Season for East Coast
Researchers predict 13-16 named storms will form in the Atlantic basin during the 2019 hurricane season, 5-7 of which may become hurricanes.
When Storms Turn Carbon Sinks Into Carbon Sources: A Q&A With Chris Osburn
What effect do hurricanes have on the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere? Chris Osburn answers our questions.
What Does Uranus Sound Like?
What would it sound like if you were on Uranus? Windy. (Seriously.)
Mining the Moon
Utilizing the moon's resources could help make solar system exploration more economical.
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.
New Species of Tiny Tyrannosaur Foreshadows Rise of T. Rex
A team led by an NC State paleontologist discovered a new tiny tyrannosaur that paved the way for T. rex to rule.
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.
Two NC State Mathematicians Receive NSF CAREER Awards
The awards are some of the highest honors the foundation bestows upon young faculty in the sciences.
Mathematician Arvind Saibaba Receives NSF CAREER Award
Arvind Saibaba of the Department of Mathematics has received a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.