A new NASA satellite is recording the first global survey of Earth’s water cycle with unprecedented accuracy — and Tamlin Pavelsky is verifying its data from North Carolina to New Zealand.
Nicholas Lauersdorf studies diverse systems with rich behaviors.
Carolina chemists have created a technology that can split water into its component parts, opening the door to more options for alternative energy.
Lilly Papell studies the mighty mechanisms of tardigrades.
Cassandra R. Davis has dedicated her career to reframing the conversation around disaster relief, advocating for the marginalized groups that struggle to recover.
When natural hazards destroy homes and livelihoods, where do people go? Clark Gray searches for them using data.
From India to Flint, Michigan, Siddhartha Roy has seen what happens when water resources are insufficient and is pushing to drastically reduce lead in drinking water by 2040.
From peanut allergies to the death penalty, Carolina’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURFs) are gaining hands-on research experience in the lab and the field.
The Center for Public Engagement with Science partners with the Juntos Program to empower Latino youth in educating their communities about climate change.
Savannah Ryburn uses fecal forensics to unlock shark diets.