Researchers Discover New Phenomenon in Green Chemistry
Because much of our world works with chemical products, NC State University researchers are working to replace polluting processes with green manufacturing processes and applications processes.
Innovation in Chemistry
Come join us for a “Think and Do” tour of the NC State Chemistry Department.
New NC State Research Partnership Fighting Biofilm-Associated Infections
The CVM’s Lauren Schnabel has joined forces with NC State chemist Joshua Pierce to develop new classes of antibiotics to fight drug-resistant infections complicated by bacterial biofilms.
Record-Setting Class of AAAS Fellows Named
The election of 10 faculty to the prestigious scientific society signals NC State’s rising reputation as a research powerhouse.
Recent Publication by Gorman Lab
Featuring a recent publication by Ryan J. Smith, Christopher Gorman, Stefano Menegatti, and others.
Theis Hyperpolarization Lab receives exploratory R01 from the National Institutes of Health
The Theis Hyperpolarization Lab receives an exploratory R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop “Molecular MRI of Brain Metabolism Enabled by Long-Lived Spin States."
Researchers Discover New Photoactivation Mechanism for Polymer Production
Researchers demonstrate a way to use low-energy, visible light to produce polymer gel objects from pure monomer solutions.
Research Makes Journal Cover
Research led by the Department of Chemistry recently featured on The Journal of Physical Chemistry C cover.
Chemistry Researchers Receive $3.3M as Part of New Solar Energy Center
Three Department of Chemistry faculty are part of the new Center for Hybrid Approaches in Solar Energy to Liquid Fuels (CHASE).
New Program Drives Research and Training in Chemistry and Life Sciences
The recently launched Chemistry of Life Program will bring together researchers at the intersection of chemistry and life sciences.
Chancellor’s Innovation Fund Supports Six Promising Projects
This year’s Chancellor’s Innovation Fund winners are working toward safer treatments for human and animal health, novel manufacturing methods for toilet paper, lightweight car frames and synthetic fuel.
Featuring a recent publication by James Martin, Berkley Hillis, and Feier Hou: "Transition Zone Theory Compared to Standard Models: Reexamining the Theory of Crystal Growth from Melts".