fingerprint of molecules

Rich Spontak’s “The Fingerprint of Molecules” won first place for faculty in the microscopy category.

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2017 Research Image Contest – Faculty & Staff Winners

Second Annual Research Image Contest

In 2016, the Graduate School, University Communications and the College of Sciences sponsored the first ever NC State Research Image Contest, open only to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. This year, the contest expanded to include faculty and staff as well, and was sponsored by Research, Innovation, and Economic Development (ORIED).

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CVM Seeing High Number of Equine Fungal Eye Infections

The NC State Veterinary Hospital’s equine ophthalmology service reports treating an  increased number of horses with eye infections caused by fungi. Fungal keratitis can develop after an injury to the cornea. It is common in horses, but the high frequency of cases seen during the past few weeks is unusual, said Brian Gilger, CVM professor … Continue reading CVM Seeing High Number of Equine Fungal Eye Infections →...

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DeSimone named recipient of 22nd Heinz Award

Joseph DeSimone, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University and Chancellor’s Eminent Professor of Chemistry at UNC-Chapel Hill, has been named the recipient of the 22nd Heinz Award in the Technology, the Economy and Employment category....

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New Manufacturing Process For SiC Power Devices Opens Market to More Competition

Researchers are rolling out a new manufacturing process and chip design for silicon carbide (SiC) power devices, which can be used to more efficiently regulate power in technologies that use electronics....

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Nothing But the Tooth – What Dental Remains from Homo naledi Can Tell Us

What can dental development in Homo naledi fossils tell us about their evolution and the evolution of Homo sapiens?...

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Tiny Cellular Worlds, Big Medical Breakthrough

They’re called “mini guts,” and they are a leap forward in the study and prevention of devastating intestinal diseases in horses. Researchers at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine have successfully isolated and recreated the innermost layer of a horse’s intestine using stem cells. All the intricate nooks and crannies of intestinal cells can … Continue reading Tiny Cellular Worlds, Big Medical Breakthrough →...

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