UNC Institute of Marine Sciences researcher Antonio Rodriguez, who studies the geology of oyster reefs, encourages people to take the shells leftover from events like oyster roasts to a recycling center.
Katrina Morgan is a fourth-year PhD candidate studying mathematics within the UNC College of Arts & Sciences. She examines how light waves decay on a variety of spacetimes that are curved, but become flat far away in space.
UNC School of Medicine researchers have discovered how to activate a brain receptor vital for pain relief using a new, drug-like compound — a breakthrough for creating opioids that relieve pain without causing severe side effects.
Led by UNC PhD candidate Adam Sage, a recent study on where parents obtain knowledge about ADHD revealed that 70 percent of parents polled look to online sources before healthcare providers, schools, or pharmacies.
Nicole Gardner-Neblett is an advanced research scientist with the UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute. Her research focuses on investigating factors that promote children’s language and literacy development.
On January 1, Sam Odom began a new phase of his professional life after more than 11 years as director of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG). He continues to serve FPG as a senior research scientist and autism expert.
In a forthcoming paper in the Journal of Archaeological Research, UNC archaeologist Ben Arbuckle and the University of Pennsylvania’s Emily Hammer touch on an intense debate about how early urban life flourished.
Since 2015, the Chameleon testbed has helped researchers push the potential of cloud computing even further, and now, a new grant from the National Science Foundation will extend Chameleon’s mission for another three years.