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How safe is the food we get from restaurants, cafeterias and other food-service providers?
The concept of a wind-powered vehicle that can be used to explore the surface of Mars â€“ a so-called â€œtumbleweed roverâ€ that would roll over the surface of Mars like a tumbleweed â€“ has been around for more than 10 years, but so far there has been no consensus on exactly what that vehicle should look like.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have found that applying a small electric field results in faster formation of ceramic products during manufacture at lower temperatures, and enhances the strength of the ceramic itself.
The rubber boots that emergency personnel wear when responding to situations where hazardous materials (HazMat) are present may be functional, but they're not very comfortable.
A team led by researchers from North Carolina State University has developed two new approaches for incorporating antimicrobial properties into microneedles â€“ vanishingly thin needles that hold great promise for use in portable medical devices.
A research team from North Carolina State University has developed software that could make it easier for traditional software programs to take advantage of the powerful GPUs, essentially increasing complex computing brainpower.
Computational modeling techniques provide new and vast opportunities to the field of archaeology.
Thereâ€™s no denying that people need calcium for strong, healthy bones.
New research from North Carolina State University is now giving forensic scientists a tool that can be used to help identify the remains of children, and may contribute to resolving missing-persons cases, among other uses.
Biofuels hold promise as environmentally friendly sources of renewable energy, but which ones should industry and policy leaders focus their efforts on developing?
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