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blue-ish white dots and lines against a black backdrop resemble a night sky, but are actually a microscopic image of salt crystals and a fluorescently labeled virus

Aug 24, 2022

Sciences Students, Faculty Among 2022 Envisioning Research Contest Winners

Winners of the 2022 Envisioning Research contest help us understand, and appreciate, our world.

The Proulx Lab members during APS 2022. From left to right: Carolynn Davern, Quibria Guthrie, Caroline Proulx, Hailey Young, Maxwell Bowles.

Jul 13, 2022

The Proulx Lab Shines at 2022 American Peptide Symposium

Caroline Proulx, assistant professor of chemistry, and her students were recognized for their research at the 2022 American Peptide Symposium.

Chemistry Undergrads during their shadowing for research labs. From left to right From left to right: Elizabeth Gross (an undergrad from Dr.Jun Ohata's lab), Eva Williams and Chloe Russell

Jun 13, 2022

Shadowing Chemistry Research Groups

The Department of Chemistry hosted lab shadowing opportunities for undergraduate students to learn more about research.

White flowers bloom on a tree in front of the Bell Tower

Apr 25, 2022

University Fellowships Office Announces NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awards

Seven sciences students have earned Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards to support their graduate school pursuits.

A satellite image of the North Atlantic with 5 active hurricanes on September 14.

Apr 20, 2022

Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Researchers Predict Active Hurricane Season

Researchers from the Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences have predicted an active Atlantic hurricane season in 2022.

research symposium winners

Apr 18, 2022

2 Sciences Students Among 2022 Graduate Student Research Symposium Winners

Two College of Sciences students were among the 27 winners at the Graduate Student Research Symposium.

Memorial Belltower

Apr 14, 2022

Online Master of Statistics Program: Q&A With Recent Graduate

Joseph Oliveira, a recent graduate of the online Master of Statistics program, shares how his new degree is helping him stand out in the industry.

Pine needles

Feb 21, 2022

Pine Needles Tell the Story of PFAS in North Carolina

Ph.D. candidate Kaylie Kirkwood, along with faculty members Erin Baker and Scott Belcher, used pine needles to trace the history of PFAS in central and eastern North Carolina.

A team of paleontologist carry dinosaur bones back to their base camp.

Feb 16, 2022

Envisioning Research: NC State Wants to Put Your Research on Display

Envisioning Research, the university’s annual research image contest, is accepting submissions until June 19.

Faculty Fellow Claire Gordy. Photo by Katie Harris.

Feb 8, 2022

DELTA Faculty Fellow Gordy Advocates for Teaching With Technology

Claire Gordy, DELTA Faculty Fellow and assistant teaching professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, has developed online learning tools for those in the STEM field.