Ethan Hutt, a UNC School of Education professor, wrote a piece arguing quantifying school performance has historically undermined the improvements America’s education system needs. He referenced his own research on public accountability in school systems in the Washington Post article.
UNC School of Medicine Professors Timothy Elston and Klaus Hahn improved a technique to track proteins in real time in living cells. The method introduces florescent molecules that bind to the studied protein. While that’s been done before, this development … Continued
As a microbiologist studying antibiotic-resistance in bacteria, conducting research at one of the most pristine places on Earth provided the perfect environment for Alyssa Grube, a UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health graduate student, to understand how humans introduce … Continued
What’s the science behind fall foliage? With fewer hours of daylight in fall, trees produce less green-inducing chlorophyll, revealing the red, orange, and yellow carotenes that are always present in the leaves. Johnny Randal, a UNC ecologist and director of … Continued