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May 6, 2022

National Inventors Hall of Fame Honors 3 With Ties to NC State

The people responsible for some of the world’s most innovative ideas — such as the sports bra, laser hair removal and synthetic lubricants — get the red carpet treatment this week at a two-day event in Washington, D.C., dubbed “the […]

Apr 21, 2022

Register Now for CMI’s CATALYZE 2022, held Friday, May 13th

On May 13th 2022, the Comparative Medicine Institute (CMI) is sponsoring CATALYZE, a full-day, NC State wide commercialization conference to spark ideas and team formation for commercialization at the earliest stage. Commercialization begins with good ideas and a small team […]

Mar 16, 2022

Seed Funding Speeds Growth for TreeCo — an NC State Startup

Just shy of three years ago, Jack Wang and Rodolphe Barrangou — two NC State professors — received support from the Chancellor’s Innovation Fund, a competitive internal seed funding program. Now, their startup TreeCo is thriving. The world’s largest and […]

Sep 9, 2021

NSF Awards the Inaugural NSF I-Corps Hubs

NC State University, in partnership with nine other leading research universities, has been selected by the National Science Foundation to be one of the five national I-Corps Hubs, a program that seeks to change the culture of research universities to explore commercialization […]

Aug 10, 2021

It’s Official: FCC Names Raleigh “Innovation Zone” for drone, wireless communications

The Federal Communications Commission officially awarded and designated innovation zone status to an existing site in and nearby North Carolina State University on Thursday. This allows for the testing of advanced technologies beyond the boundaries of a college or university […]