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Saul receives ASB Founder’s Award

A professor at NC State University’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) recently received a prestigious award from the American Society of Biomechanics (ASB). ...

When Injecting Pure Spin into Chiral Materials, Direction Matters

Researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Pittsburgh studied how the spin information of an electron, called a pure spin current, moves through chiral materials. They found that the direction in which the spins are injected into chiral materials affects their ability to pass through them. These chiral “gateways” could be used…
2024 NC State graduate Shaun Deardorff poses in the Raleigh Founded location on Centennial Campus, with lightbulbs shining in the background.

Turning Obstacles Into Superpowers

A childhood spent aiming for the stars and four years as part of the Wolfpack are launching Shaun Deardorff into a future filled with sky-high possibilities.

Zhu named inaugural recipient of ASME Bažant Medal

A professor at NC State University’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering was recently selected as the inaugural recipient of a new prestigious award from the American...
Kaia Spero, dressed in a red graduation gown and white dress, strikes a celebratory pose in front of brick building with columns.

A little too busy, but a fun four years

Kaia Spero, mechanical engineering ‘24, took full advantage of the academic and social opportunities at a large ACC school.