Natural Sciences & Mathematics
As senior Tai Huynh begins his final semester at Carolina, he’ll be splitting time between his computer science courses and serving the Town of Chapel Hill as a Town Council member.
On a mission for innovation and translational science, Rahima Benhabbour is using 3D-printing technology and her startup company AnelleO to create a breakthrough in women’s health.
Let these winners from CHANL’s Scientific Art Competition inspire you to enter your own art.
Associate professor Abbie Smith-Ryan’s research shows that short periods of exercise can yield relatively quick health improvements.
A new study “The past and future of global river ice” from researchers in the Department of Geological Sciences was published in the journal Nature. It is the first study to look at the future of river ice on a global scale.
A new student group called “Carolina Adapts Toys for Children with Handicaps” is working to “catch” the kids who fall through the cracks of the mainstream toy market.
A miscalculated Fluids Lab demonstration leads to a new understanding of how particles accumulate in lakes and oceans.