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Jun 28, 2022

What Is Forensic Anthropology?

If anyone can answer the question “What is forensic anthropology?” its NC State Professor Ann Ross. 

Caleb Keaveney with models of the Perseverance Mars rover and Ingenuity Mars helicopter.

Jun 23, 2022

Sciences Student Caleb Keaveney Selected as a 2022 Astronaut Scholar

Meteorology and applied mathematics double major Caleb Keaveney '23 is among the 2022 recipients of the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship. 

Jun 17, 2022

NC State Paleontologist Studying Ancient Relative of Tyrannosaurus Rex

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Paleontologist Lindsay Zanno, associate research professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at NC State, is studying the fossil. 

Cathrine Hoyo stands in her lab in front of a shelf filled with lab equipment.

Jun 13, 2022

Researchers Examine How Environmental Contaminants Affect Diverse Populations

Cathrine Hoyo, professor of biological sciences, is studying how environmental contaminants affect liver health in diverse populations.  

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. 

NC State gateway at sunset

Jun 13, 2022

Understanding Room Temperature Superconductivity

Lex Kemper, associate professor of physics, discusses attempts to untangle the secrets of superconducting material YBCO. 

Ashley Crickard on the left and Caleb Keaveney on the right

Jun 13, 2022

Sciences Student Caleb Keaveney Receives Goldwater Scholarship

Meteorology and applied mathematics double major Caleb Keaveney is among the recipients of the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. 

Gavin Williams

Jun 13, 2022

Chemist Williams Named Head of Department of Chemistry

The college has named Professor Gavin Williams as the head of the Department of Chemistry. 

Memorial Belltower

Jun 2, 2022

Fish Cannibalism Rare in Wild, Study Finds

Brian Langerhans, associate professor of biology, found that fish cannibalism is rare in the wild, which could have implications on ecological and evolutionary studies. 

Rongmon Bordoloi

Jun 2, 2022

Podcast: Galactic Nurseries

Rongmon Bordoloi, assistant professor of physics, discusses diffuse neutral gases and what they might mean for our understanding of star formation.