Analytical Measurements Can Predict Organic Solar Cell Stability
An analytical measurement framework could help organic solar cell manufacturers determine the best materials for stable solar cells.
Physicist’s Book Makes New York Times 100 Notable Books, Other “Best of” Lists
NC State physicist Katie Mack’s book The End of Everything(Astrophysically Speaking) was named to the New York Times’ 100 Notable Books of 2020. In The End of Everything, Mack, an assistant professor in the Department of Physics, talks through five possible ways the universe will end. She uses cutting-edge astronomical observations and particle experiments to guide…
2 Carbon Electronics Cluster Faculty Named Among Top-Cited Researchers
Harald Ade from the Department of Physics and Aram Amassian from the College of Engineering were named to a list of the world’s most highly cited researchers.
NASA Astronaut Christina Koch to Deliver NC State Commencement Address
NASA astronaut and NC State alumna Christina H. Koch is the featured speaker at NC State’s first ever virtual commencement.
Launching the Next Generation
NASA astronaut Christina Koch, a three-time graduate of NC State, knows how to thrive working from home, which she did flawlessly during a record-breaking 328 days in space. She’ll share her message of how NC State helped prepare her to become NASA’s most accomplished female astronaut on Dec. 4 as the featured speaker at the university’s first virtual commencement.
College Honors 2020 Alumni and Student Awardees
The College of Sciences recognized three alumni and one student for their outstanding achievements at its annual awards ceremony.
Pursuing Their Passions
Meet four of the more than 750 first-year and transfer students who are bringing their bright ideas and big hearts to the College of Sciences.
Meet the New 2020-21 Sciences Faculty
Fifteen innovative leaders in their fields are joining our college this year.
DELTA Grants Recipients for 2020-2021 Announced
DELTA announces more than $250,000 in new and continuing DELTA Grants to 29 recipients. We look forward to collaborating with our faculty and campus partners to promote a technology-rich learning environment at NC State.
NC State Physicist Awarded $1.8 Million for Research on Cell Division
The grant to Mary Williard Elting was made by the National Institutes of Health.