Tracing Subglacial Water Storage
Seventy percent of the world’s population consumes water that has some glacial input, so it’s important to understand how these icy giants operate.
Mass Extinctions Led to Low Species Diversity, Dinosaur Rule
An NC State biology researcher found patterns after two of the Earth's mass extinction events.
Designer Biosensor Can Detect Antibiotic Production by Microbes
NC State chemistry researchers have engineered designer biosensors that can detect antibiotic molecules.
Mary Schweitzer, a pioneer in the field of molecular paleontology, learns about dinosaurs by studying original molecules preserved inside fossils for millions of years.
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.
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.
Study Examines Cross-Species Interactions
A first-of-its-kind study from NC State researchers shows the ways differing species interact at the molecular level.
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.
Molecular Motors and Molecular Machines: A Q&A With Gufeng Wang
Learn how chemistry researchers are creating light-driven, motorized molecules capable of drilling holes in membranes of individual cells.