Research

Sep 11, 2020  |  Research

Controlling Streams of Liquid Metal at Room Temperature

This is a modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Researchers from Prof. Michael Dickey’s research group in CBE and Prof. Karen Daniels’ research group in the NCSU Department of Physics have developed […]

Aug 26, 2020  |  Research

Advancing Technology to Produce Liquid Fuels from Sunlight

Professor Gregory Parsons is a member of a multi-institutional research team that will develop technologies to produce liquid fuels from sunlight. The Center for Hybrid Approaches in Solar Energy to Liquid Fuels (CHASE) at UNC-Chapel Hill is the recipient of […]

Aug 7, 2020

A Simple Wearable Microfluidic Patch Allows Long-term Sweat Biomarker Monitoring

Professors Orlin Velev and Michael Dickey, alum Dr. Timothy Shay (Ph.D. ’17) and Ph.D. candidate Tamoghna Saha, have developed a paper-based device that serves as a model of wearables that can collect, transport, and analyze sweat in next-generation wearables technology. […]

Aug 6, 2020  |  Research

Professors Abolhasani, Beisel, Li and Neal Receive Entrepreneurial Funding

Professors Milad Abolhasani, Chase Beisel, Fanxing Li and Luke Neal have received funding that enables them to advance some of their research projects towards commercialization. Prof. Abolhasani received a grant through the University of North Carolina’s Research Opportunities Initiative (UNC […]

Jul 6, 2020  |  Research

‘Artificial Chemist’ Combines AI, Robotics to Conduct Autonomous R&D

This is a slightly modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Professor Milad Abolhasani and his colleagues at NCSU and the University at Buffalo have developed a technology called “Artificial Chemist,” which incorporates […]

Jun 5, 2020  |  Research

Efficiently Producing Ethylene from Ethane

This article is a slightly modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Professor Fanxing Li and his colleagues have engineered a new oxidation-reduction (redox) catalyst that can more efficiently convert ethane into ethylene. […]