College Honors 5 Extraordinary Alumni and Students
At the annual College of Sciences Awards Dinner, we recognized three alumni and two students for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the college.
Frohlich Co-organizes Fulbright-Cottrell Workshop in Germany
Carla Fröhlich, an associate professor of physics, was the co-organizer of the Fulbright-Cottrell Workshop that took place in Göttingen, Germany, in early June. The goal of the workshop was to “… train the next generation of university faculty to be […]
Rebecca Savage and Her Legacy at NC State
Rebecca Savage, also known as Becky by her co-workers, has been a part of North Carolina State University for 35 years. She began her journey at NC State as a Temporary Worker in 1984. A year later, she became a […]
What does the universe look like?
What does the universe look like? How do astronauts sleep? What are the planets named after? Google Autocomplete suggests the most common searches on the internet. We asked NC State Sciences professor Katie Mack and NC State Engineering professor Laura Bottomley to answer some popular out-of-this-world questions. Listen and learn as they talk about everything from what…
Envisioning Research Contest Winners Offer Glimpses of Discovery
Researchers use images to learn about the world around us and to help viewers engage with the work of discovery.
Meet Our New Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty
Eight accomplished tenured and tenure-track faculty are joining the College of Sciences in 2019-20.
Live from the space station
Physics Alumna Christina Koch will be broadcasting a live Q&A from the International Space Station preceded by a keynote address by Dr. Katie Mack.
Researchers Forecast Failure in Disordered Materials
Two dimensional lattice helps forecast likely points of failure in disordered materials.
‘Sandwich’ Structure Key to Thin LSMO Films Retaining Magnetic Properties
LSMO, a promising material for spintronic devices, retains its magnetic properties in atomically thin layers if it is “sandwiched” between two layers of a different ceramic oxide, LSCO.
From chromosomes deep in the heart of a cell to exoplanets in the farthest reaches of space, Goldwater Scholar Ana Sofia Uzsoy is doing research to help us understand the universe at every scale.