In The Media
July 20, 2018Vladimir Putin’s approval ratings are dropping. This is why.
Political science professor Graeme Robertson co-writes this op-ed sharing why Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ratings are the lowest since January … Continued
July 20, 2018Nanowire research is making important advances towards optical computing
TechSpot shares work by chemistry professor James Cahoon and graduate student Seokhyoung Kim detailing how silicon nanowires can be used … Continued
July 20, 2018How wide are the world’s rivers?
NASA writes about work with geological sciences associate professor Tamlin Pavelsky and alumnus George Allen to create a global database … Continued
July 20, 2018Monument Or Marker? How To Remember Those Lynched In North Carolina
American studies assistant professor Seth Kotch talks about his project A Red Record, which aims to locate and mark where … Continued
July 17, 2018New tool makes oyster restoration easier
Coastal Review Online writes about research done with help from AD-CIRC, a program co-developed by Institute of Marine Sciences director … Continued
July 17, 2018Diamond in the rough? Charles & Colvard wants ‘forever’ to happen now
Geological sciences adjunct assistant professor Michael Shore explains the difference between diamonds and moissanite. WRAL TechWire
July 17, 2018Why traffic stops don’t stop crime
Political science professor Fitzhugh Brundage talks about the work behind his new book with alumnus Derek Epp and graduate student … Continued