In November 2022, a research team from the Center for Galapagos Studies embarked on a marine expedition to the Galapagos Islands. This photo essay allows a behind the scenes look … Continued
A research team including Wubin Bai, assistant professor in the department of applied physical sciences, has developed “bloomable” robots, microelectronics that fold to fit inside catheters for more effective and … Continued
Whether you prefer spaces with plenty of chatter, absolute silence or outdoor ambience, there’s a cozy campus spot for you.
Established by the trustees in 1984, the William Richardson Davie Award recognizes extraordinary service to the University or society.
While the woodshop, 3D printers and laser cutters in Carolina’s makerspaces may bring ideas to life, student workers play a critical role in keeping Tar Heels making.
Carolina professor Marc Cohen works to make his assignments immersive and experiential, including the course’s most recent collaborative unit on non-native, invasive plants with the North Carolina Botanical Garden.
Junior Caroline Norland put her passion for music aside to focus on academics, but a work-study opportunity in the music library reminded her of why she picked up her viola … Continued
Hear from the interim vice chancellor for research and the College of Arts and Sciences dean on the biggest surprises, what sparked the most conversation and more from the 2022 … Continued
Despite Russian President Vladimir Putin’s saber-rattling remarks, he won’t deploy atomic weapons, says retired Admiral Dennis Blair during his talk, “Contemporary Wars and America’s Strategic Position in the World.”
Five years in, the Cosmic Rays Film Festival continues to provide a venue for experimental filmmakers in Chapel Hill.
Nestled in the upper quad of McCorkle Place with its brick exterior, you could be forgiven for thinking that Hyde Hall is a historic building with roots to the University’s … Continued
The College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to undertake a cluster hire in American Indian and Indigenous Studies. This initiative is part of the College’s commitment to advancing an … Continued
Register for nearly 60 events celebrating discovery, including classes, panel discussions, webinars and hands-on demonstrations.
Serene Almehmi is one of this year’s two recipients of the Thomas Wolfe Scholarship, a four-year, full-ride merit scholarship through the English and comparative literature department that is given to … Continued
Alex Gast is one of this year’s two recipients of the Thomas Wolfe Scholarship, a four-year, full-ride merit scholarship for exceptional students interested in creative writing. The scholarship is given … Continued
Junior Stephanie Caddell shares how three weeks on a research vessel in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean changed her life.
A Carolina biologist explains the insect’s decline, and a horticulturalist recommends planting milkweed to benefit butterflies — and our ecosystem.
Assistant professor Wubin Bai and his team have developed a novel, bioelectronic technology that will improve patients’ lives, helping to safely automate and lower the burden of post-recovery care.
Since 1987, Rick Luettich has been building systems to protect the coast from environmental hazards and extreme weather events.
The award will support an interdisciplinary team from the 2021-2022 competitive funding round working to build a collaborative ecosystem for innovation in Artificial Intelligence and the Biological Sciences.