Ken Donny-Clark spent his last semester at UNC-Chapel Hill in the woods searching for a dwindling population of trees that local wildlife depends on: Carolina hemlocks.
Rada Petric's love for nature has led her to study how human presence affects the behavior of small mammals like bats and mice.
Local biologists team up to study how wetland mitigation affects small mammals.
Michelle Freeman uncovers how clergy and laity revered saints in the fourth to sixth centuries to improve cultural understanding today.
Saroja Voruganti uses genetics to improve people’s nutrition — and she’s helping the next generation of scientists do the same.
In his 40 years at UNC-Chapel Hill, the late Ken Jacobson transformed the world of microscopy — and helped countless students and peers along the way.
Four students spent their summer in Colorado stalking Lincoln’s sparrows in search of answers to fundamental biological questions.
The UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health has been addressing the world’s biggest challenges for more than 80 years.
Oysters have been dying off for the last century, and PhD candidate Mark Ciesielski wants to know why — and how to stop it.
Since 1987, Rick Luettich has been building systems to protect the coast from environmental hazards and extreme weather events.