In the last year, more than 10 million people have made virtual visits to Carolina’s libraries to access information from its 10 million volumes — an instrumental resource for local and international researchers of all levels. Learn more in this … Continued
UNC School of Nursing professor Saif Khairat researches how to use robust technologies, such as electronic health records and telehealth, to deliver safe and effective healthcare while expanding health access and equity to all people, including critically ill patients and … Continued
Understanding obesity involves far more than the amount of food people consume and the level of exercise they get, says UNC nutritionist Penny Gordon-Larsen, who’s leading an interdisciplinary research team studying how environmental factors, behaviors, and genetics impact weight gain.
North Carolina is one of just eight states that is funneling its wastewater data to the federal government to track coronavirus. Leading the charge for N.C. is UNC marine scientist Rachel Noble, who launched a wastewater surveillance system last year to help public officials detect and understand COVID-19 in their communities.
UNC and N.C. Botanical Garden researcher Alan Weakley has recently released ”Flora of the Southeastern United States,” an identification key for plants from Pennsylvania to the eastern part of Texas and Oklahoma that is vital for conservation and natural resource management … Continued