By assiststaffResearchers at North Carolina State University have created a soft and stretchable device that converts movement into electricity and can work in wet environments. |Awards and Recognition, Recent Updates, Research Highlights
By assiststaffTravis Peters, a doctoral candidate in materials science and engineering at ASSIST Partner Institution Penn State, will spend a year researching wearable electronics for medical use at Oak Ridge National Laboratory as part of an elite program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. |In the News, Outreach, Recent Updates
By assiststaffA newly launched consortium led by RTI International and comprised of more than 25 North Carolina-based academic, industry, nonprofit and state government organizations will bring together expertise from a variety of fields to offer world-class human performance solutions to the Department of Defense (DoD). |Events, Recent Updates
By assiststaffThe ASSIST Center hosts teachers and high school and undergraduate students each summer for several weeks of intensive research experiences. Working either at the Centennial... |Outreach, Recent Updates
By assiststaffWhile the summer of 2020 kept many students home, undergraduate engineering students from across the nation made the most of this summer through the Research Experiences for Undergraduates programs, including two at the College of Engineering. |In the News, Recent Updates
By assiststaffVitalFlo, a predictive medicine platform that emerged from patient care and research experiences of advisors Dr. Michelle Hernandez and Dr. David Peden of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and colleagues at North Carolina State University, has raised $2.14 million in seed funding in a round led by Geekdom Fund. |Awards and Recognition, In the News, Recent Updates
By assiststaffDavid Peden, MD, past president of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, will serve as the academy’s first editor-in-chief of The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: Global. |Recent Updates
By assiststaffAmay J. Bandodkar, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at North Carolina State University, has been named one of MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators Under 35” for his work on developing wearable biochemical sensors.