Study Highlights Challenges Facing Black Computing Faculty
A recent study used text-mining analysis to highlight the impact microaggressions have on black faculty in computing disciplines.
Hurricane Flooding Affects Lumbee River Basin
As the global population has exploded over the last century, nitrogen has become one of the most common water contaminants in the world.
Study Highlights Potential Benefits of Continuous EEG Monitoring for Infant Patients
A recent retrospective study evaluating continuous electroencephalography of children in intensive care units found a higher than anticipated number of seizures.
College Textbooks Largely Overlook the Most Common Animals
Biology textbooks devote less than 1 percent of their text to discussing insects, which make up more than 60 percent of animal species.
How Big Can Snowflakes Be?
Snowflakes can get pretty darn big.
Experts Lay Out Options For Future of Energy Storage in North Carolina
A report by NC State experts details energy storage options to inform energy policy.
Do Insects Fart? (They Sure Do!)
Do bugs fart? You bet. In fact, some of them pass an enormous amount of gas.
Intelligent Framework Aims To Optimize Data Transfer in 5G Networks
New tech is designed to allow cellular communication nodes in 5G systems to partition bandwidth more efficiently in order to improve end-to-end data transmission rates.
What The Climate Assessment Tells Us About Impacts to North Carolina
The fourth National Climate Assessment has a lot to say about the future of North Carolina and the Southeast.
How 21st Century Tech Can Shed Light On 19th Century Newspapers
Scholars are using digital humanities tools in an attempt to organize research on thousands of images found in 19th century newspapers.
Drug Use, Religion Explain ‘Reverse Gender Gap’ on Marijuana
Women tend to be more conservative than men on political questions related to marijuana. A recent study finds that this gender gap appears to be driven by religion and the fact that men are more likely to have used marijuana.
Drones Offer Ability to Find, ID and Count Marine Megafauna
New research demonstrates that consumer-grade drones are effective tools for monitoring marine species across multiple sites in the wild.
Citizen Science Can Play Role in Addressing Agricultural Challenges
A new paper highlights the potential of citizen science to address pressing research challenges in agriculture and food systems.
Bias-Based Bullying Does More Harm, Is Harder to Protect Against
A new study finds bias-based bullying does more harm to students than generalized bullying, particularly for students who are targeted because of multiple identities, such as race and gender.
Family, School Support Makes Kids More Likely To Stand Up To Bullying
A recent study finds young people with good family relationships are more likely to intervene when they witness bullying at school.