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Nuclear popcorn: Heavy nucleus changes shapes at different energies

A new paper sheds light on the nature of atomic nuclei.

Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz, Miriam and Tom Zietlow, and Dean Jim White.

Statewide civic engagement project inaugurated through alumni gift

Carolina Public Humanities announced the creation of the Zietlow Civic Engagement Project in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Collaborating for breakthroughs

The Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering at Carolina and NC State leverages the best of both universities to create a unique program for students.

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Koji Sode on the value of global research collaboration

Every year, Koji Sode, William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, hosts graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from Japan and Korea at his research lab on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus.

Isabel Romero stands in a body of water with her equipment.

Algal Rhythms

Isabel Silva-Romero studies how ocean temperatures affect the food web on rocky reefs around the Galápagos Islands.

Dr. Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.

Remembering Department Founder Dr. Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.

The College of Arts and Sciences mourns the loss of Dr. Frederick P. Brooks, Jr., department of computer science founder and tremendous colleague and friend to so many.

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‘Highly cited researchers’ list names 35 from Carolina

This year, more than 30 researchers from Carolina made Clarivate’s Highly Cited Researchers list as trailblazers in research among their peers, including five from UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences.

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