Natural Sciences & Mathematics
A newly published study by Erika K. Wise considers this drought in a paleoclimatic (study of past climates) context.
Nancy Allbritton’s research focuses on using techniques from chemistry, physics, engineering, and materials science to develop new technologies for biomedical applications.
Kaylyn Gootman’s research focuses on the interaction of groundwater and surface water, as well as geochemistry — the study of the chemical composition of rocks and minerals.
Students aren’t the only ones gearing up for the fall semester – or moving in on campus. Like many of the new Tar Heels arriving in Chapel Hill this week, chemistry professor Frank Leibfarth is learning his way around, unpacking boxes and settling into his new role at Carolina,
From rivers in the backcountry of Alaska, down the Sierra mountains, up into space, and through commercial waterways in North Carolina — UNC researchers are measuring the world’s water and developing solutions to prevent it from running dry.
This fall, Columbia, Maryland, native Jared Richards will begin a new phase of his budding scientific career as he arrives at UNC-Chapel Hill as a first-year biology student and member of the Chancellor’s Science Scholars in the College of Arts and Sciences.
How an unexpected discovery transformed the world and made Morehead, Venable, and Kenan household names at UNC-Chapel Hill.