Why Endocrine Disruptors Are Scary – And What You Can Do About It
A new book aims to explain the nature of endocrine disruptors, why they are so widespread, and how you can protect yourself.
Computer Simulations First Step Toward Designing New, More Efficient Amine Chemical Scrubbers
Molecular models aim to improve design of cheaper, more efficient amine chemicals to capture carbon dioxide.
DASA Honors 4 With Advising Awards
Four undergraduate academic advisors were honored on Jan. 27 for their work in helping students succeed in a variety of ways through academic advising.
Invasive and Native Marsh Grasses May Provide Similar Benefits to Protected Wetlands
An invasive species of marsh grass may provide similar benefits to protected wetlands as native marsh grasses.
Microbiology Class Wins SWI, CDC Contest
Alice Lee's Microbiology 360 class recently won a contest sponsored by the Small World Initiative and the Centers for Disease Control about solving the global antibiotics resistance crisis, beating out 13 other entries from across the country.
One in every eight students in North Carolina public schools has a disability. That’s nearly 170,000 people who need the expert support of the state’s educators. But those students are also a potential wellspring of talent for the state’s STEM industries.
Playing (Video) Games With Decision Making
Video games can be pure fun — but they can also help us tackle complex problems.
Imagine a landscape you can hold in your hands and change at will.
Ahmed Mohamed: From Desert Nomad to Health Researcher
Raised as a nomad in northern Africa, Ahmed Mohamed has found a home in North Carolina helping to solve challenges facing public health.
80-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Collagen Confirmed
Researchers have isolated additional collagen peptides from an 80-million-year-old Brachylophosaurus.