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Aug 1, 2022

New Catalyst Leads to More Efficient Butadiene Production

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Professor Fanxing Li and his colleagues have developed a new catalyst that improves the efficiency of converting butane, a component of natural gas, […]

May 30, 2022  |  Research

New Tech Aims to Drive Down Costs of Hydrogen Fuel

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Professor Milad Abolhasani and his colleagues have developed a new technique for extracting hydrogen gas from carrier liquids which is faster, less expensive […]

Apr 27, 2022  |  Research

‘Self-Driving’ Lab Speeds Up Research, Synthesis of Energy Materials

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Metal halide perovskites (MHPs) are an unconventional family of crystalline materials with continuously expanding compositional and structural spaces. Their nanocrystals are an emerging […]

Jan 24, 2022  |  Research

Harnessing CRISPR Within CBE

This is a modified version of an article that first appeared on the College of Engineering News web site and in the Spring / Summer 2021 edition of “NC State Engineering” magazine. Few recent technological developments have created as much […]

Nov 18, 2021  |  Awards and Honors

Professor Michael Dickey is one of the world’s most highly cited researchers

Michael Dickey, Camille and Henry Dreyfus Professor & University Faculty Scholar, has been identified as one of the most influential researchers in the world. Clarivate, a Philadelphia-based company tracking analytics in the areas of scientific and academic research, announced the […]

Sep 27, 2021  |  Featured Post

Generating Electricity from Simple Motion – Even Underwater

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Professor Michael Dickey and his colleagues have created a soft and stretchable device that converts movement into electricity and can work in wet […]