Roni Sengupta develops AI to modify images and works to make this technology more accessible to everyday creators.
Gregory Copenhaver, director of the UNC-Chapel Hill Institute for Convergent Science, has been named a 2024 senior member by the National Academy of Inventors in recognition of his work as both an innovator and a mentor to future inventors.
A new paper takes a look at key outcomes after the first year of the “College Thriving” course in the new IDEAs in Action curriculum. We chatted with co-author Abigail Panter, senior associate dean for undergraduate education in the College of Arts and Sciences, about the research in this Q&A.
Biologists Celia Shiau and En Yang at UNC-Chapel Hill have been awarded a competitive Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) grant to tackle unsolved grand challenges in neurodegenerative diseases and fundamental neuroscience.
The winners, selected from 677 nominations, represent “the best of what Carolina has to offer,” campus leaders said. Many of the winners are from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Their software and augmented reality headsets allow clinicians to analyze patient movement and guide physical therapy.
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A research team at UNC is studying how amyloid plaque forms in the brain of Alzheimer's patients in hopes of developing breakthrough treatments for the disease. "If we understand how (amyloid plaque) forms, can we understand how to deform them, how to so-called melt them in order to get rid of them and maybe in this way discover a path towards a cure," said Ronit Freeman, an associate professor of applied physical sciences at UNC.
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Danielle Purifoy, assistant professor in the department of geography and environment, will present in Battle Hall as part of the Spring 2024 Colloquium Series in the department of African, African American and diaspora studies. Through three scenes in the U.S. South, Purifoy’s talk will trace alternate histories and epistemic traditions surrounding U.S. forests through Black ecological practices for spiritual, social and political power.
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