Natural Sciences & Mathematics
UNC researchers debunk a long-held theory about how our lungs function and devise a way to measure mucus pressure (think blood pressure). This is a key step in helping patients with respiratory problems.
UNC chemist Michael Ramsey has won an award for outstanding contributions to the fields of separation science and technology.
In a distinguished 40-year career at UNC, W. Grant Dahlstrom, Kenan Professor of Psychology, did great things in a quiet way. A graduate fellowship honoring Dahlstrom is now providing support for a clinical psychology student.
Was the Old Well ever new? Daniel Wallace explains in this tribute to UNC’s beloved landmark.
Fall books include a page-turner from Bart Ehrman, a tribute to Woody Durham and poems from New Orleans, plus books on the fascinating world of the hip-hop DJ, Cherokee stories, life in a West Va. coal-mining town; and more.
Computer scientist Ron Alterovitz and his team are teaching robots how to do useful human tasks.
Procter & Gamble scientist and UNC alum Greg Allgood is saving lives through clean water