In a collaboration between Arts Everywhere and the UNC Center for Galápagos Studies, five artists were tasked with creating sculptures of native Galápagan animals to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Galápagos Science Center on San Cristóbal Island.
Aobo Li's groundbreaking work using machine learning to detect neutrinos could shed light on the nature of our universe.
Two undergraduates search for salamanders in western North Carolina — and find so much more.
Isabel Silva-Romero studies how ocean temperatures affect the food web on rocky reefs around the Galápagos Islands.
A look at some of Carolina's classic research scenes in macro.
Five years in, the Cosmic Rays Film Festival continues to provide a venue for experimental filmmakers in Chapel Hill.
A broad study looking at food and water insecurity in the Galápagos brings together a team of researchers to focus on an often-overlooked population.
Jana Haddad uses physics to study how living shorelines affect ocean waves and could stem the tide of coastal erosion.
This summer, undergraduates are experiencing history firsthand as part of the archaeology program’s field school
Darin Waters believes that through the study of history, we can find out where we’ve been and glimpse where we’re going – something he learned during his PhD project at Biltmore Estate.