Category: News Archive
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 … Read more
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 … Read more
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.
Abigail Knight and Sidney Wilkerson-Hill, assistant professors in the department of chemistry in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences, have been awarded 2024 Sloan Research Fellowships, among the most prestigious … Read more
“Understanding how proteins function will help guide our understanding of how to develop drugs when proteins go rogue,” says UNC chemist Huong Kratochvil.
Co-hosts from the “Brussels Sprouts” podcast discussed the upcoming Russian presidential election in a live event at UNC-Chapel Hill. They interviewed UNC political science professor Graeme Robertson and King’s College … Read more
Shelby Baez, an assistant professor in the department of exercise and sport science, helps patients address their fears of returning to sport after traumatic knee injuries.
Jim White, Craver Family Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, has announced a series of spring events that seek to help the College community — students, faculty and … Read more
Doctoral student Kirsten Giesbrecht uses mathematical modeling to study the heart in its early developmental stages.
The NASA astronaut and Tar Heel will address the Class of 2024 ahead of her first space flight later this year.
Graduate student Ari Green is studying the experiences of Black people being displaced from their homes and communities in three urban areas.
Carolina music professor Naomi André wants Americans to know more about the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”
Sunita Agarwala is making the most of resources at both UNC-Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University through the joint department of biomedical engineering.
Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts and Sciences faculty and alumni. The February featured book is “Organizing Eating: Communicating for Equity Across U.S. … Read more
UNC-Chapel Hill researchers have developed a therapeutic approach that harnesses helical amyloid fibers designed to untwist and release drugs in response to body temperature, according to a study published in … Read more
Six new Phillips Ambassadors have been selected to study abroad in Spring 2024 in Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
A seed grant from the Center for Galapagos Studies will fund Janet Nye’s research on the relationship between the ecosystem’s oceanography, the species living in the habitat and its upper … Read more