Natural Sciences & Mathematics
During the solar eclipse, Chapel Hill will experience almost complete darkness for about 2.5 minutes in mid afternoon, about 2:43 p.m. Chris Clemens talks about what to expect.
Zareen Farooqui is a junior studying business administration and computer science at UNC-Chapel Hill. This summer, she’s using the knowledge she gained in her classes to revamp United Way of the Greater Triangle’s Teaming for Technology Program.
UNC physics and astronomy graduate student Grayson Rich (also of the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory) was involved with an experiment involving the world’s smallest neutrino detector.
Griffin Smith has spent a lot of time teaching and mentoring with the Upward Bound Program at Central Carolina Community College, which prepares recent graduates for college.
From youth sports to the NFL, talk about concussions and their damaging effects has dominated the sports world for the past decade. UNC’s “Well Said” podcast talks to Johna Register-Mihalik, an assistant professor of exercise and sports science with the Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center and the Injury Prevention Research Center.
Ever since the Wright brothers flew at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina has proudly proclaimed to be “first in flight.” Less well-known is Carolina’s connection to deep space — from the first astronomical observatory on a college campus, to the first planetarium in the South, to one of the first administrators at NASA, UNC scientists have long been connected to and … Continued
It was the way that tardigrades survive in virtually any environment that first attracted Thomas Boothby to study their proteins. The creatures, also known as “water bears,” are about a half-millimeter long and can survive for extended periods in the most extreme hot or cold conditions without food or water for ye