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Our research changes lives. We provide state-of-the-art resources, nurture alliances that stimulate innovation,
and promote the discoveries of our world-renowned research community.

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Researcher Support

From funding and proposal prep to project management, we are here to help.

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Centers + Institutes

NC State’s interdisciplinary programs are ahead of the pack in groundbreaking research.

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Commercialization

NC State is on Milken Institute’s list of top 25 best universities for technology transfer.

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NC State Research Image Contest

NC State is calling on graduate students, postdocs, faculty and staff to take part in Envisioning Research, the university’s annual research image contest. Help us highlight the beauty and importance of the work being done at the bench and in the field, both on campus and around the world.

Submissions are due no later than June 8, 2018.

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Research Events

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    Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
    Location: Springboard Executive Conference Room 205, Poulton Innovation Center, 1021 Main Campus Drive, PIC-205-Springboard Executive Conference Room

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Have a research event you want campus to know about? Send details or link to NCState-research@ncsu.edu

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NC State Research Annual Review 2017

A Record Breaking Year

NC State’s Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development (ORIED) celebrate a year of tremendous success in 2017, including the launch of four innovative research programs and networks, a meteoric rise in the development of co-located partners and unprecedented numbers of startups, patents, and dollars invested in research at NC State.

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Research Results

Risks and Rewards in the Nuclear Age

It’s the carbon-free fuel that powers steam turbines on the electrical grid and helps doctors detect tumor cells. But technological challenges and national security threats have scientists working overtime to keep nuclear energy safe and reliable.

Part 1: Can Science Save America’s Nuclear Industry?

Part 2: Data Detectives Track Down Stray Nukes

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