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"Chemical engineering is becoming a more global profession," said Dr. Maria Burka. Maria Burka to Lead AIChE
Updated March 24, 2010
Photo of photonic crystal structures for LEDs created with wafer-scale nanopatterning. New NSF Engineering Research Center to Enable Nanomanufacturing Systems for Mobile Devices
Updated September 10, 2012
Photo of Veena Misra and John Muth in the NCSU Nanostructures Laboratory. Engineering Research Centers Awarded $55.5M to Innovate in Nanoscale Science and Engineering
Released September 10, 2012
Press Release
image of giant fans, also know as Manmade "Wall of Wind" Creates Hurricane Force Winds to Test Construction
Released September 10, 2012
Science Nation
a cosine-Gauss plasmon beam Needle Beam Could Eliminate Signal Loss in On-chip Optics
Released September 7, 2012
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images of tissue from an esophagus Biopsies May Overlook Esophagus Disease
Released September 6, 2012
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image of  damaged gel Tough Gel Stretches to 21 Times Its Length, Recoils, and Heals Itself
Released September 6, 2012
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Photo of Veena Misra and John Muth in the NCSU Nanostructures Laboratory. New NSF Engineering Research Center to Unearth Connections between Health and Environment through Nanosystems
Updated September 5, 2012
Images of a magnetic field turned on and off. New NSF Engineering Research Center to Create Chip-scale Electromagnetic Devices Enabled by Nanosystem Breakthrough
Updated September 5, 2012
image of a collapsed building Repeated Exposure to Traumatic Images May Be Harmful to Health
Released September 4, 2012
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image of a man with a cell phone "Nanoresonators" Might Improve Cellphone Performance
Released August 30, 2012
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mouse injected with a fluorescently tagged peptide Collagen-seeking Synthetic Protein Could Lead Doctors to Tumor Locations
Released August 29, 2012
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nano machine shop's ability to shape tiny wires "Nano Machine Shop" Shapes Nanowires, Ultrathin Films
Released August 29, 2012
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a predicted structure of the cyclic nonamer Researchers Take Next Step Toward Enhancing Artificial Proteins
Released August 29, 2012
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Stephen Arnold in his laboratory Researchers Set Record for Detecting Smallest Virus, Opening New Possibilities for Early Disease Detection
Released August 28, 2012
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Yong Xu Wayne State's New Flexible Electronics Technology May Lead to New Medical Uses
Released August 28, 2012
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Photo of tiny, engineered origami structures. Engineers Pursue Flexible Electronics, Self-folding Structures and Controlled Photosynthesis on a Grand Scale
Released August 23, 2012
Press Release
a new ultrathin flat lens Flat Lens Offers a Perfect Image
Released August 23, 2012
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Hang Lu holding a microfluidic chip Artificial Intelligence Helps Detect Subtle Differences in Mutant Worms
Released August 20, 2012
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nanosheets are key of a new type of biosensor Sensor Detects Glucose in Saliva and Tears for Diabetes Testing
Released August 20, 2012
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Steve Safferman and student Hayley Betker New Method to Remove Phosphorous From Wastewater
Released August 14, 2012
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shapes produced with Handy-Potter design tool New Design Tool Nixes Mouse; Users Create Shapes With Hands Only
Released August 14, 2012
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  Announcement of Webinar for Partnerships for Innovation: Building Innovation Capacity NSF 12-578
Updated August 13, 2012
Manu Platt Enzymes Implicated in Disease Processes Attack One Another Instead of Harming Body Proteins
Released August 13, 2012
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Hong Liu A New Energy Source: Major Advance Made in Generating Electricity From Wastewater
Released August 13, 2012
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image of the iDAWG team WiGiT's iDAWG Communications Elements Progressing to Field Test
Released August 8, 2012
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the integrated visualization of photos Interdisciplinary Research Leads to Reduced Construction Costs and Multiple Awards
Released August 2, 2012
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Photo of CASA ERC students deploying an off-the-grid, wireless radar system in Puerto Rico. NSF Research Alliances Begin New Efforts to Accelerate Innovation
Released July 30, 2012
Press Release
image of tiny piezoelectric cantilever sensors "Diving Board" Sensors Key to DNA Detection
Released July 26, 2012
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Alex Zettl (left) and Will Regan Photovoltaics From Any Semiconductor
Released July 26, 2012
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