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Jennifer Kuzma sits for a portrait in Hunt Library

Aug 10, 2022

NC State to Research Implications of Engineered Microbiomes with New NSF Center Grant

NC State is part of a $26 million National Science Foundation center researching microbiome engineering. 

The Raleigh skyline rises to the east behind Centennial Campus.

May 18, 2022

NC State Ranked One of Nation’s Elite Technology Transfer Universities

NC State ranks second among all U.S. public universities in research technology transfer and commercialization according to a comprehensive analysis. 

In this photo, the top of the Belltower is framed by fall foliage.

Mar 17, 2022

NC State Honors 10 Faculty Members with Outstanding Research Award, Induction into Research Leadership Academy

Six Outstanding Research Award winners, as well as four previous award winners, will be inducted into the Research Leadership Academy. 

Jan 11, 2022

NC State Researcher Develops Soft Material to Preserve Biological Medicines

NC State researchers developed a soft material that can help biological medicines treat infections without the risk of antimicrobial resistance. 

The James Hunt Jr. Library on Centennial Campus on a clear, sunny day.

Sep 3, 2021

NSF Awards the Inaugural NSF I-Corps Hubs

NC State University has been selected by the National Science Foundation to join I-Corps Hubs, a program that seeks to change the culture of research universities to explore commercialization as an avenue for research to make an impact on society.  

Under red light, green plants grow in several small containers at the VEGGIE growth chamber at Kennedy Space Center.

Jul 21, 2021

Plants Return from Space in Microgravity Research Projects

The plant biology experiments of two NC State researchers are back on Earth after spending weeks at the International Space Station. 

An aerial view of NC State's College of Veterinary Medicine.

Jun 2, 2021

Interdisciplinary Team Finds New Way to Treat Esophageal Disease

An interdisciplinary team of medical specialists have developed a new way to treat esophageal disease with funding from the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute. 

The sun peeks through the leaves of a tree at the Court of North Carolina.

Jun 2, 2021

Turning Tree Residue into Smart Hydrogels

NC State researchers are turning wood byproducts into sensory hydrogels and sustainable, biodegradable smart materials. 

Multiple images of brains, which appear red against a black screen, help researchers study glioblastoma recurrence.

May 6, 2021

Biomedical Engineering Researchers Target Glioblastoma Recurrence

With funding from the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute, researchers gathered crucial preliminary data about glioblastoma recurrence, enabling further research. 

Mar 16, 2021

Introducing NC State’s Newest Outstanding Researchers

Five faculty members have received the prestigious Outstanding Research Award, NC State’s top award for those who show excellence in their field and mentor their fellow research faculty.