From April to June, as part of a robust effort to improve understanding of and resilience to the impacts of climate change on mountain systems, National Geographic and Tribhuvan University led what
Rachel Noble of Carolina’s Institute of Marine Sciences talks about her rapid water quality tests and how they can help North Carolinians stay safe during hurricane season.
We know the universe a little better now, thanks to citizen scientists like UNC Asheville physics student and NASA intern Makennah Bristow, who was part of the team that helped discover a brand-new
ECU researcher explores DNA behind mating systems
An East Carolina University faculty member is part of an international research team that may one day lead humans to use biology – not body
Almost as ubiquitous as hiking boots is a hiking stick, an age-old means to steady a climb, keep one’s balance, push aside brush and ease a descent.
Coastal resilience assessment areas where conservation projects would best protect human communities and improve habitat for wildlife
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has an
Three University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students are being recognized by the National Security Education Program with Boren Awards, which support fields of study identified as critical to
Roughly one million total knee replacement procedures are performed each year in the U.S.