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Bidding Adieu to the MAT-DAT REU

The department’s ten-week MAT-DAT REU was completed on Friday, August 5. Following an impressive turnout at the poster presentation on Wednesday, August 3, the departing...

Summer of Learning

Each summer, teachers from middle and high schools participate in the Research Experience for Teachers (RET) program. We sat down with this year’s cohort recently...
Postdoctoral researcher Lisa Van den Broeck looks into a microscope while STEPS Center director Jacob Jones watches on by her side..

STEPS Center Tackles Full Scope of Phosphorus Sustainability

Headquartered at NC State, the Science and Technologies for Phosphorus Sustainability Center is discovering and developing ways to recycle phosphorus, make our food system more efficient, and protect the environment from waste.

Prestigious Graduate Fellowships Awarded to MSE Alumna

It is always a proud time when graduates move on to bigger and brighter opportunities. The department of MSE wishes to extend warm congratulations to...

2022 MSE Research

Kaveh Ahadi K. Prashanthi, K. Krishna Mohan, Željka Antić, Kaveh Ahadi, and Miroslav D. Dramicanin. “Multiple ratiometric nanothermometry using semiconductor BiFeO3 nanowires and quantitative validation...
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MSE Spotlights Senior Katie

Katie Shaffer is a fourth-year undergraduate majoring in materials science and engineering. Katie learned about MSE early: in high school. “Materials science and engineering was...

Phosphorus Sustainability Perspectives from Phosphates 2022

By Dr. Jacob Jones The CRU Phosphates 2022 Conference & Exhibition was held in Tampa, Florida, from March 7-9, 2022. This was the first CRU Phosphates meeting...