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Posts tagged “NCSU”

Updated 8:28 a.m. Friday

NCSU job fair today; Facebook building 3rd data center in NC, Cisco RTP healthcenter; GE HQ move

Bulldog In today's Bulldog update of technology news: Job fair today at NC State's McKimmon Center; Facebook building third $200M data center in NC; Cisco opening RTP healthcenter for employees, NC on shortlist for GE HQ?

6:28 a.m. Wednesday

Betaversity may apppear on SyFy reality show

Betaversity's "Betabox" trailer is a mobile lab. Raleigh-based Betaversity has emailed its clients inviting theem to participate in its BetaBox pilot episode for a SyFy reality show. It's in early stages and not yet a sure thing.

5:56 a.m. Wednesday

NC economic index declines, continuing mild downward trend

Mike Walden The North Carolina State Index, a forecast of the economy's direction four to six months ahead, declined by a modest 0.4% in August, continuing a downward trend that began in mid-2014. However, the reduction in the Index should be characterized as an "easing" rather than a "tumble", suggesting no near term threat of an recession.

11:32 a.m. Tuesday

Researchers disguise drugs to fight cancer

Coated platelet Researchers have for the first time developed a technique that coats anticancer drugs in membranes made from a patient's own platelets, allowing the drugs to last longer in the body and attack both primary cancer tumors and the circulating tumor cells that can cause a cancer to metastasize. The work was tested successfully in an animal model.

Updated 3:15 p.m. Monday

Algorithm lets powered prosthetics tune themselves

Photo courtesy of NCSU When amputees receive powered prosthetic legs, the power of the prosthetic limbs needs to be tuned by a prosthetics expert so that a patient can move normally - but the prosthetic often needs repeated re-tuning. Biomedical engineering researchers at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have now developed software that allows powered prosthetics to tune themselves automatically, making the devices more functionally useful and lowering the costs associated with powered prosthetic use.

Updated September 25

You decide: Is another recession around the corner?

Mike Walden Much of the economic news has been rather gloomy recently. There have been wild swings in the stock market, with multi-hundred point losses on some days. The Chinese economy may be in free-fall, while Europe is dealing with thousands of refugees from the war-torn Middle East. Canada is officially in a recession. And although jobs are being created, more than 10 percent of individuals in the labor force either don't have a job, have given up looking for a job or are working part-time because they can't find full-time work. Does this mean another recession?

Updated September 21

Best online management programs ranked

UNC Online business education and career guide Top Management Degrees has published a meta-ranking of the 50 best online MBA programs (hThe University of North Carolina at Chael Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School was the highest ranked NC school, coming in at number 11. Online Schools Center offers a separate listing of best online MBA programs.

Updated September 21

NCSU researchers develop cheaper embedded systems

NCSU The Internet of Things may get a boost from new research at North Carolina State University that makes embedded computer systems cheaper and less power hungry.

Tags: Red Hat, NCSU
Updated September 10

NCSU startup buzz grows: Tech transfer program awards 5 research grants up to $75K

Startup activity continues to hum at NCSU. N.C. State University is funneling grants up to $75,000 each to five research teams that could become the latest tech transfer successes for NCSU's five-year-old Chancellor's Innovation Fund. Just last week, another wave of potential ideas appeared at NCSU's Entrepalooza.

A technician works inisde NCSU's Solid State Laboratory A technician works inisde NCSU's Solid State Laboratory

Updated September 10

15 students pitch startup ideas at NC State's Entrepalooza

NCSU logo On Wednesday, N.C. State awarded grants worth up to as much as $75,000 to technology ideas that could become commercial companies spun out off the university. Just last week, another group of potential ideas - 15 developed by students - were pitched at the NCSU Entrepalooza. ExitEvent has the details.

Updated September 4

Premium Lock Institute for Emerging Issues picks 5 NC cities for economic development program

N.C. flag       The Institute for Emerging Issues will work with five N.C. cities that have been selected to participate in a new program called InnovateNC. The innovation-focused economic development initiative covers two years and includes multiple partners.

Updated September 4

Premium Lock SAS to add 80 acres worth $11.7M to Cary campus in 'exchange' with NC State

SAS will add more than 80 acres of land currently used by N.C. State for agricultural research under an "exchange" program through which a SAS subsidiary will acquire other properties that match or exceed the appraised $11.66 million value of the land. SAS, however, says it has no immediate plans for use of the property.

September 2

Premium Lock NCSU 'Entrepalooza' to highlight entrepreneurs, innovators

The Entrepreneurship Collaborative at NCSU NCSU's Entrepreneurship Initiative will host an "Entrepalooza" on Thursday with students competing for a $1,000 prize. Plus, Marshall Brain's Eco PRT project will be in the spotlight.

August 25

Premium Lock NCSU, Microsoft researchers tackle security issues for software developers

Cyber Security   For software programmers, security tools are analytic software that can scan or run their code to expose vulnerabilities long before the software goes to market. But these tools can have shortcomings, and programmers don't always use them, reporter researchers from N.C. State and Microsoft Research.

Updated August 25

Premium Lock Trying to quit smoking? Two NCSU grads have an app for that

From driving directions to managing calendars, people rely on smartphones to make life easier. Two recent graduates of North Carolina State University are hoping their technology could help smokers kick the habit.

Updated August 24

Premium Lock Startup helps smokers snuff the habit with 'smart cigarette case'

Two recent NCSU graduates have developed technology to help people quit smoking. The tech uses both hardware and software to help smokers understand what triggers their craving for a cigarette, and use that information to kick the habit.

August 20

Premium Lock At NCSU, how a professor turns students into entrepreneurs

NC State's Entrepreneurship Clinic is a new way to engage students in real world entrepreneurship. Here's the man behind it - Professor Lewis Sheats. A profile by Charles Etoroma for Exit Event.

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August 19

Premium Lock NCSU-UNC researcher cracks prestigious MIT Tech Review "under 35' list

What do Mark Zukcerberg, Sergey Brin, Larry Page and Zhen Gu have in common? Zhen Gu, a researcher at N.C. State and UNC-Chapel Hill sine 2012, is one of the select few named to the prestigious MIT Tech Review's "35 Innovators Under 35" list.

Zhen Gu working in Centennial Campus lab Zhen Gu working in Centennial Campus lab

Updated July 29

Premium Lock Foreign market woes driving NC economic trend 'downward'

N.C. flag       N.C. State economist Dr. Michael Walden has warned this year that the state's economy is slowing. His latest analysis reiterates those concerns, although he doesn't use the word "recession" in describing a slowdown. He is blaming economic troubles overseas for the state's challenge. Statewide unemployment did tick up a bit in June, new data shows.

July 28

Premium Lock Cary-based Plasma solutions firm seeks $1.5M

Atmospheric Plasma Solutions, a Cary-based company with strategic ties to North Carolina State University is seeking $1.5 million in equity, according to a regulatory filing. It uses plasma technology to enable a wide range of materials processing options that may otherwise be out of reach, such as a process that previously required costly and dangerous chemicals or high temperatures.

Atmospheric Plasma Solutions coating removal. Atmospheric Plasma Solutions coating removal.

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