Wed, 12/07/2016 - 1:53pm
NC State researchers are developing a system to better determine a touchdown in football using low frequency magnets.
Duke's Marine Lab is the first facility approved by the FAA to use drones in marine research.
A deep dive into a century of data stores at NOAA’s National Center for Environmental Information reveals new weather warnings as the Earth’s climate changes.
An NC biotech company is using spider DNA to transform silkworms to produce spider silk: a fiber tougher, lighter and more flexible than most fibers.
Researchers apply high tech science to traditional farming methods to help farmers produce higher yields that are also drought and disease resistant.
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