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.
Carolina chemists have created a technology that can split water into its component parts, opening the door to more options for alternative energy.
Arcot Rajasekar harnesses and applies data for the common good.
With data spilling from all areas of life, students need tools and training to understand it. The UNC School of Data Science and Society is here to help.
Bailey Benson’s unconventional cookbook guides readers through much more than recipes.
Tushar Varma traveled across 35 states, visiting 85 independent bookstores to learn why they’re so vital to the communities they reside in.
Frank Leibfarth tests molecules to turn plastic waste into useful materials, diversifying options for recycling.
Jack Sundberg has created a software to help chemists uncover the best materials for their experiments — a potential game-changer for minimizing time and costs.
Nathan Kelete wants to use computer science to improve lives.
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.