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In a world seeking returns on investments, the NC State Chancellor’s Innovation Fund is a proven winner.
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From new methods for creating biofuels to fridge-free food processing, NC State researchers are developing innovative approaches to global challenges.
Cat scratch fever requires neither a cat, nor a scratch. And its impacts can extend far beyond a fever.
Chancellor Randy Woodson reflects on his year as chair of the board of directors of the APLU.
Researcher Steve McNulty with USDA and his counterparts at NC State don’t like to talk about climate change.
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Jay Narayan, John C.C. Fan Family Distinguished Chair Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at NC State, has been awarded the 2014 North Carolina Award in Science.
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A doctoral student in the College of Design is pushing the boundaries of architecture with research revealing how the interplay of light and space influences early childhood learning.
The Eastman Chemical Company has donated its Max A. Weaver Dye Library — more than 100,000 dye and fabric samples in all — to NC State.