Three Sciences Faculty Honored With University Professorships
Three faculty members in the College of Sciences at NC State have been honored by the university with professorships of distinction that recognize top scholarly work.
Common Perovskite Superfluoresces at High Temperatures
A common perovskite’s superfluorescent properties may make it useful for quantum computing.
NC State Announces Inaugural Goodnight Early Career Innovators
A new program recognizes and rewards 24 promising NC State early-career faculty whose scholarship is in STEM or STEM education.
For Ade, Professorship Fuels Growth
Harald Ade, Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Professor, is grateful for the resources his professorship provides and says that these positions not only boost faculty research — they retain and attract the brightest minds.
From Landslides to Asteroids, Scholar Wants to Understand It All
2021 Goldwater Scholar Jack Featherstone conducts research into the physics of phenomena on Earth and in outer space.
NC State Students Receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awards
The program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing full-time research-based master’s and doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) or in STEM education.
Study Finds Plants Would Grow Well in Solar Cell Greenhouses
You can definitely grow plants (and make electricity) in a greenhouse made of see-through solar panels.
Spotlight on our Students: Jack Featherstone
The University Honors and Scholars Program interviewed Jack Featherstone, a third-year Honors Program student, about his research in granular physics principles in exotic environments — most of which he has conducted at home in his basement.
The Search for Electron-Hole Liquids Gets Warmer
Graduate student Ryan Wilmington describes the prediction and discovery of electron-hole liquid formation at high temperatures.
Zapping Quantum Materials With Lasers Tells Us How Atoms Relate
Want to know how a quantum material acts on the atomic level? Zap it with a laser!