New treatments lurk in fungi, herbs, and yet-to-be-developed compounds. The innovative scientists of MC2 combat cancer, MRSA, and more.
Researchers and community partners are taking a hard look at our food systems to ensure we have what our bodies need: food that’s good for us.
Kinesiology major Jason Moody works on trip training, to help older adults avoid fall-related injuries.
Expanding and reenvisioning North Carolina’s most prominent African art gallery, to deepen understanding.
Congolese refugee women and local faculty collaborate to bridge gaps in the resettlement process.
What types of people “mind wander” the most? A field study overturns previous findings from the lab.
The United Nations has evolved far beyond its original charter, in both role and public perception.
Breastfeeding is about feeding babies. And it’s about reproductive rights, gender equality, and social justice.
Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement
Dr. Terri L. Shelton
Associate Vice Chancellor for University Communications & Chief Communications Officer
Mike Harris and Sangeetha Shivaji
Mike Dickens and Mark Unrue
Mike Dickens and Martin W. Kane
Elizabeth L. Harrison, S. Grace Hutko, Kimberly Osborne, Susan Kirby-Smith & Hope Voorhees