We’re at the Forefront of Discovery
The Office of Research and Innovation supports the research, scholarship and creative activities of the NC State community by promoting collaborative research and an innovative environment.
We’re a dynamic organization for a dynamic institution. As part of a preeminent research university, we encourage the curious and creative to think and do the extraordinary.
From securing funding to commercializing research and from cultivating collaboration to educating on best practices, we provide support every step of the way.
NC State Unveils Artificial Intelligence Institute
Too Long, Didn’t Read? Data Scientists Think AI Is up for the TLDR Challenge
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Administration Rick Liston to Retire Later This Year
Stem Cell-Derived Model Offers Insights on Gene Activity and Addiction
National Inventors Hall of Fame Honors 3 With Ties to NC State
NC State Partners with Sandia National Laboratories
Rob Smart Steps Down as CHHE Director
6th in Research Expenditures
among public universities without a medical school
Our Strategic Research Areas
NC State researchers find innovative ways to improve our well-being — whether they’re nourishing healthier animals and more nutritious crops or using textile technology to 3D-print fibers that better mimic those in the human body.
In an increasingly data-centric world, our researchers are improving the information we collect — and making sure it’s used for good. We use analytics to predict natural disasters and to advance promising fields like quantum computing.
Our faculty collaborate across disciplines to study our past, our present and what it means to be human. The scientific discoveries we’re making today will become tomorrow’s fundamentals in fields like chemistry and physics.
We use innovative technology to make smarter machines, more efficient processes and safer communities.
NC State research benefits the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe.
Use the link below to view recordings of events, presentation slides shared by speakers and panelists and additional online resources provided during the 2022 New Faculty Research Orientation.