Our land-grant heritage positions North Carolina A&T well for today’s great research challenges: nanotechnology and biotechnology, energy and the environment, and many more. In emerging and converging disciplines across the spectrum of science and engineering, Aggie researchers are creating new knowledge, spurring economic activity, and improving the quality of life for our community and the world.

Our faculty and students work in laboratories and in communities, on farms and in cities, on the campus, across the state, and around the globe. We collaborate between academic units and disciplines, with other universities, and with corporate and government researchers. And in our 20 centers and institutes, as well as in the numerous project and collaborative centers of which N.C. A&T is a member, that work has even deeper currency and impact.

We invite you to learn more about how research at North Carolina A&T drives education, community engagement and economic development.