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snapping shrimp

Jan 14, 2016

Oh, Snap! What Shrimp Sound Patterns Tell Us About Reef Ecosystems

The noisemaking habits of snapping shrimp can tell us a lot about the health of reef environments. 

solar cell

Dec 11, 2015

Domain Size and Purity Key to Efficient Organic Solar Cells

NC State researchers are studying the molecular composition of solar cells to figure out how to make solar energy more efficient and affordable. 

alpha particles

Dec 3, 2015

Researchers Simulate Scattering of Helium Nuclei Within Stars

An NC State physicist has helped develop a new computational method to understand the synthesis of elements within stars. 

Nov 13, 2015

Four Sciences Faculty Named University Faculty Scholars

Four faculty members in the College of Sciences have been named University Faculty Scholars, a top honor for NC State faculty. 

Oct 12, 2015

Student Investigates: Are Chemicals Making You Fat?

NCSU Ph.D. student Charisse Holmes investigates whether chemicals found in many substances can lead to metabolic syndrome. 

Sep 16, 2015

Researchers Isolate Possible Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers

Researchers from NC State are analyzing and isolating a key component to ovarian cancer. 

Professor Marie Davidian in SAS Hall

May 27, 2015

Designing Clinical Trials for Personalized Cancer Treatments

The $10.4 million grant will help researchers develop new statistical methods that can be used to both design clinical trials for cancer treatments and analyze the resulting data. 

Dec 4, 2012

Krim to lead college research initiatives

Dr. Jacqueline Krim has been selected to serve as associate dean for research for the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. She had been serving on an interim basis since the retirement last June of Dr. Raymond Fornes after more than 40 years of service to NC State. As associate dean for research, Krim leads the… 

Jul 2, 2012

Lazzati wins NSF CAREER Award to study cosmic dust

Davide Lazzati, assistant professor of physics at NC State University, has received an Early Career Development Award, more commonly known as a CAREER Award, from the National Science Foundation. The award is one of the highest honors given by NSF to early-career university faculty in science and engineering, and is intended to advance the development of… 

Jun 28, 2012

Williams wins NSF CAREER Award

Gavin Williams, assistant professor of chemistry at NC State University, has received an Early Career Development Award, more commonly known as a CAREER Award, from the National Science Foundation. The award is one of the highest honors given by NSF to early-career university faculty in science and engineering, and is intended to advance the development of…