A Tony Award-winner straight from Broadway, a 20th century classic and a beloved tale from Shakespeare paired with a tour de force musical by Stephen Sondheim highlight the 2014-2015 main-stage season from PlayMakers Repertory Company.
Creative writing professor Bland Simpson and The Coastal Cohorts will present “King Mackerel and The Blues Are Running: Songs and Stories of the Carolina Coast,” Feb. 27-28 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
UNC entrepreneurship minor student Andrew Royce Bauer ’16, has created a lot of buzz with his new GPS wallet. He talked to us about his inspiration for the Royce Freedom Wallet and how his professors at UNC have helped him along the way.
University of Chicago historian Michael Geyer will discuss the legacy of World War I in a free public lecture Feb. 20 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
We can always kill cancer cells, says medical physicist Sha Chang. Always. It doesn’t matter where the tumor is.
Kenya’s national poverty alleviation program leads teens to delay sexual activity. Because age of sexual debut is a known risk factor for HIV infection, these large-scale programs could have a spillover impact on HIV prevention, according to the results of a study by UNC researchers.
Researchers led by UNC chemist Tom Meyer have built a system that converts the sun’s energy not into electricity but hydrogen fuel and stores it for later use, allowing us to power devices long after the sun goes down.