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Perovskite solar cells, which look like black computer chips, are tested in the sun during a research experiment.

An innovative chemical treatment can improve the efficiency of a promising solar technology

Jinsong Huang, leading expert and Louis D. Rubin Jr. Distinguished Professor in the department of applied physical sciences, discusses the new research findings.


A woman sits in front of a computer screen and scientific instruments in a lab.

Research at its core

UNC Research Core Facilities, including those in the College of Arts and Sciences, are shared services that enhance and expand the collaborative capabilities of Carolina’s research enterprise.


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Asian studies chair weighs in on ‘Shogun’

Carolina professor Morgan Pitelka discusses the historical accuracy of the hit FX drama series.


Parker Wolfe celebrates while crossing the finish line on an outdoor track. Other runners are directly behind him in the race

Carolina exercise and sport science major runs to national title

Parker Wolfe, a junior, won the 5,000-meter final at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships, marking the Tar Heels’ first title at the event since 2007.


Collage, from left: headshot of Inger Brodey, photo of Jane Austen book cover.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a monthly feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. The June featured book is “Jane Austen and the Price of Happiness” by Inger Sigrun Bredkjaer Brodey. Join Brodey at a Flyleaf Books discussion about the book on June 11.


A black and white portrait of David Garcia smiling at the camera seated in a chair.

Rooted: David Garcia

The department of music’s David Garcia has been contributing to research at Carolina for 20 years.


Photo shows harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie.

UNC-Chapel Hill part of new center which will study links between Greak Lakes algal blooms, human health

Great Lakes researchers at the University of Michigan have been awarded a $6.5 million, five-year federal grant to host a center for the study of links between climate change, harmful algal blooms and human health. UNC’s Hans Paerl discusses his team’s role in the study.


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