The Center for Human Health and the Environment is working to understand and prevent the adverse impacts of environmental factors on human health, particularly for people living in rural and agricultural communities.
The Institute for Computational Science and Engineering builds methods, tools and a workforce to accelerate the application of advanced computing with a focus on advanced analytics and artificial intelligence.
North Carolina’s textile industry has a vibrant future thanks in part to the Nonwovens Institute. It’s unique equipment and capabilities provide value to diverse companies around the state.
North Carolina Sea Grant’s research and outreach programs link coastal communities with marine science experts across the state. Dozens of partners join projects focused on sustainable ecosystems and economies.
Learn more about the Center for Marine Sciences and Technology in “Seafood Science: NC State Brings Fish to Your Plate,” the NC State magazine Summer 2012 cover story.
The Department of the Interior’s Southeastern Climate Science Center provides scientific information, tools and techniques that land, water, wildlife and cultural resource managers and other interested parties can use to anticipate, monitor and adapt to climate and ecologically-driven responses at regional-to-local scales.
From school bus routes to interstates to air corridors, the Institute for Transportation Research and Education maps a future for safe movement and critical training for professionals and students.