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UNC psychologist Sara Algoe and her team are taking a deep dive into what makes couples love, bond and stay happy — together.
Through an internship with the U.S. Department of Defense, John Migliore, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in the departments of applied physical sciences and chemistry, tested the effect of high-performance polymers on ceramic materials for their use in aircraft engines.
UNC-affiliated startup Triangle Biotechnology’s nanoparticle technology amplifies the power of sound to give scientists rapid, higher-quality sample analysis capabilities—and clinicians hope for pinpointing the right treatments for patients faster and earlier.
Funding from the state legislature has boosted an economic development project in western North Carolina centered on outdoor recreation. UNC faculty and students have been providing expertise to the collaborative partnership.
With the support of a new $1.5 million grant from NASA, the Data-Driven EnviroLab will evaluate disparities in heat stress from environmental and climate injustices across the U.S.
Two of the three U.S. experts picked for 2023 FIFA Female Health Project in Australia came from Carolina. They are faculty members in the department of exercise and sport science in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Through the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program, Olivia Key ’25 conducted research on the resilience of seagrass beds, which have a potentially valuable role in reducing net carbon emissions in relation to climate change.