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Katie Mack

Jan 23, 2020

Physicist Mack Selected as TED Fellow

Assistant Professor of Physics Katie Mack joins TED's latest class of Fellows and will deliver a talk at the TED2020 conference. 

Paul Byrne, associate professor of planetary science, talks about planets of Star Wars

Dec 19, 2019

How Real Are the Star Wars Planets?

Planetary scientist Paul Byrne answers questions about some of the most popular planets in the Star Wars galaxy. 

screen shot of a Waze map

Jul 24, 2019

When Science Is Sidelined, Uncertainty Reigns

Toxicologist Heather Patisaul explains why science is fundamental to effective decision making and public policy. 

cup of coffee

Jul 3, 2019

Being Certain About Uncertainty

Toxicologist Gerald LeBlanc argues that uncertainty is the engine that drives scientific advancement. 

Two women among crowd enjoying the Leading strand exhibit

Jun 11, 2018

Bringing Invisible Worlds to Light

A new project brought together scientists and designers to explore new ways to share scientific research with the public. 

Math Dance performance at State of the Sciences 2018

Jun 5, 2018

A Look Back at State of the Sciences 2018

Check out photos and video from the college's annual celebration of science. 

Research Image Contest

Oct 25, 2017

The Research Image Contest Returns in New Exhibits This Fall

Winning images from NC State’s second-annual Research Image Contest are returning to the spotlight this fall in two exhibits. 

Eclipse 2017 watchers on the Brickyard

Sep 13, 2017

Photos: Eclipse Day at NC State

Relive the solar eclipse of 2017 with photos from our Brickyard viewing event. 

Research Image Contest Winning Photo of Midwestern Thunderstorms by Andy Wade

Sep 13, 2017

Winners of the 2017 NC State Research Image Contest

From a map of Mars to a mid-strike lightning bolt, the college's winners captured the beauty of science. 

Partial solar eclipse

Aug 16, 2017

Eclipse 2017: Campus Celebration, Citizen Science and Safety Tips

Find out what you need to know about the solar eclipse that's sweeping the nation on August 21.