Researchers examine a tissue engineering scaffold in the Engineering Research Center
Researchers examine a tissue engineering scaffold in the Engineering Research Center
2014 Innovation Challenge winner Michael D. Baker III, right, and challenge director Louis Judge
2014 Innovation Challenge winner Michael D. Baker III, right, and challenge director Louis Judge
Dr. Robin Coger, Dean of Engineering, speaks at a conference on green energy
Dr. Robin Coger, Dean of Engineering, speaks at a conference on green energy
Researchers in the Department of Energy and Environmental Systems
Researchers in the Department of Energy and Environmental Systems
Undergraduate researcher Jasmine Brodie presents a research poster
Undergraduate researcher Jasmine Brodie presents a research poster
Sponsored funding increased 10% in FY2013. Click below right to read the annual report.
Sponsored funding increased 10% in FY2013. Click below right to read the annual report.
Detail from The Faces of Science, Fort Interdisciplinary Research Center, fourth floor
Detail from The Faces of Science, Fort Interdisciplinary Research Center, fourth floor

N.C. A&T research news

Work on space ‘ice,’ inter-satellite communication wins Space Grant honors for two A&T researchers

Save the date: Nano Manufacturing 2014, Wednesday September 24

Aggie students are minding their own businesses

2014 Research Excellence Awards go to clean-energy developer Adewuyi, 4 other faculty and Bioenergy Center

Third annual Innovation Challenge brings out creative, high-tech thinking from undergraduates

N.C. A&T social work researcher aids UN agency with study of unaccompanied child refugees

Academic units name 14 top researchers for 2014, first stage in Research Excellence Awards process

A&T selected for tech commercialization initiative

Two next-generation N.C. A&T stars honored

Video: NC A&T: Keeping Healthy Foods Healthy For Us

Self-plagiarism: Is there really a problem with it?
(Spoiler alert: Yeah, there is, and it's a serious one)

The new relationship between editors and freelancers:
Unexplored territory for A&T journalism researchers

Research integrity and 'The Art of War'

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Research at N.C. A&T

Faculty and student researchers work within A&T's seven colleges and schools and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN), and in interdisciplinary research centers.

Our major projects include collaborations with other universities, such as the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials, and interdisciplinary projects within the university, such as the Center for Excellence in Post Harvest Technologies.

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Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering

The JSNN is a collaboration between N.C. A&T and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. N.C. A&T faculty members in the JSNN Department of Nanoengineering and affiliated faculty members from many departments across campus conduct research and work with graduate students in degree programs leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in nanoengineering.

Database of faculty researchers

Information on specific N.C. A&T researchers can be found in the REACH NC database, an easily searchable Web portal that enables users to find thousands of researchers in N.C. colleges, universities and research institutions (click for more information ... or here to go directly to the website). The initial phase of the database includes researchers in the College of Engineering, College of Arts and Sciences, and School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. Other academic units will be added.

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AG RESEARCHERS REACH MILESTONE IN STINKBUG REARING STUDYEntomologists conducting integrated pest management (IPM) research at N.C. A&T have reached a major milestone in studies of the brown marmorated stinkbug.
JOMC CHAIR TO JOIN PRESTIGIOUS SCRIPPS LEADERSHIP ACADEMYGail Wiggins, interim chair of the department of journalism and mass communication, is one of 17 professionals chosen to participate in the seventh annual Scripps Howard Academic Leadership Academy.
PROFESSOR WINS 2014 MINORITIES IN ENGINEERING AWARDDr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley, of the College of Engineering, has been selected to receive the 2014 ASEE DuPont Minorities in Engineering Award, in recognition of her distinguished accomplishments in engineering.
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