Latest research news
N.C. A&T named 1890 University of the Year, honored for innovation and overall excellence
Health science researchers: Apply by November 17 for opportunity to receive release time next spring
A&T Fall Family Counseling Conference to include Youth Mental Health First Aid for non-professionals
Journalism’s Alumni Town Hall Summit to explore issues arising from coverage of Ferguson, Ray Rice
Alzheimer’s Caregivers Education Conference provides help to families, professionals, Nov. 1
A&T professor/artist leads neighborhood’s project to revitalize a dark, dreary pedestrian tunnel
N.C. A&T’s Dr. Muganda appears on UNC-TV report to speak on triple-negative breast cancer research
Faculty members: New to writing grant proposals? Apply now for the ‘Get Funded’ seminar series
NIH research commercialization webinar course available free to researchers
N.C. A&T's hypoallergenic peanuts are now available to food processors and producers
Undergraduates: New research opportunity in unmanned aerial vehicles technology
Ph.D. students: Chapel Hill’s postdoctoral program for faculty diversity taking applications for 2015
Community-based participatory research at A&T: Engaging a church to help fight childhood obesity
N.C. A&T’s Eco-Core: Part of the solution to the coal ash problem
New catalog of Piedmont Triad’s aerospace and advanced manufacturing assets features N.C. A&T and JSNN research capabilities
Hypoallergenic peanuts developed by N.C. A&T licensed for use in food products, immunotherapy
A&T researcher's work on COPD among agricultural workers wins support from NC TraCS program
A&T and UNC-CH researchers launch investigation into triple-negative breast cancer's link to viral RNA
Work on space 'ice' and inter-satellite communication wins Space Grant honors for two A&T researchers
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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 Biometallic Materials, 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.
The Division of Research and Economic Development (DORED) is the administrative unit that manages N.C. A&T’s research enterprise. It is directed by Dr. Barry L. Burks, Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development.
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