News

Feb 14, 2019

NC State a Fulbright Leader — Again

NC State again makes the list of research universities with the most Fulbright U.S. Scholars.

Feb 1, 2019

Oliver-Hoyo Named Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Maria Oliver-Hoyo is a chemistry professor recognized as one of NC State’s top education innovators.

Jan 16, 2019

Researchers Create ‘Shortcut’ to Terpene Biosynthesis in E. coli

Researchers create a more efficient, customizable enzymatic pathway for producing terpenes – molecules useful in everything from cancer drugs to biofuels – in E. coli.

Dec 19, 2018

Virtualizing Organic Chemistry Labs

Through an exploratory grant, DELTA teamed up with Maria Gallardo-Williams to create five virtual reality organic chemistry lab experiences. The student-focused and inclusive experience immerses users into the lab.

Dec 6, 2018

College Honors Outstanding Alumni and Students

Three alumni and two students received awards recognizing their extraordinary achievements and contributions to the college.

Nov 27, 2018

Virtual Library of 1 Million New Macrolide Scaffolds Could Help Speed Drug Discovery

New virtual library of 1 million macrolide scaffolds could speed antibiotic, anti-cancer drug discovery

Nov 9, 2018

Student Learning Drives Innovative Teaching

Note: Originally published in the NC local ACS TarHelium newsletter (Sept 2018, Vol 49). Chemists find inspiration many unique and diverse places. A medicinal chemist may dive into the ocean seeking novel, potent natural products to design new cancer therapeutics; […]

Oct 22, 2018

NC State Library: Where Hair Product Researchers Go to Dye

NC State researchers use dye library to find new and safer hair-coloring products.

Oct 9, 2018

Thank You, Teachers

NC State faculty make a marked difference in the personal and academic lives of their students. In recognition of this commitment to holistic student success, the Office of Faculty Development started the Thank a Teacher program in 2010.

Oct 8, 2018

Approach Paves Way For New Generation of Antimicrobial Materials

Researchers have successfully developed materials with the ability to render bacteria and viruses inactive using only ambient oxygen and visible-wavelength light. The new approach opens the door to a range of new products aimed at reducing the transmission of drug-resistant pathogens.