Can researching cancer treatment in dogs and cats have long-term impact on human cancer treatment?
NCSSM ’18 graduate Sumani Nunna was a finalist in the highly competitive International BioGENEius Challenge in Boston.
Year by year, millimeter by millimeter, human footprints made in Africa at the end of the Pleistocene Epoch are slowly vanishing.
There’s evidence that whole grains can help prevent chronic disease, but there aren’t accurate tools to measure beneficial compounds from whole grains in the body.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a grant of $9 million that will allow the Center for the Advancement of STEM Leadership (CASL) to widen and deepen its work to advance and accelera
An East Carolina University researcher is studying the effects of social behavior on nervous system function and development in a most unlikely place – a fish tank.
Faculty researchers at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University earned $64.26 million in contracts and grants in 2017-18, an increase of nearly $2 million over the previous year,
While several studies of summer air quality have led to tighter emission standards and significant reductions in pollution, new research on winter air shows why pollution levels remain somewhat sta
UNC Charlotte's Tumininu (Tumi) Lawanson recently was named a Young Clean Energy Innovator of the Year by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) at its Intersolar North American ceremony in