Thu, 02/23/2017 - 8:46am
Great Smoky Mountains National Park's biologically diverse ecosystems face the threat of air pollution. However, the future may hold clearer skies as air quality over the park might be improving.
Scientists launch the first study of the unique Currituck Sound’s water quality, habitats and wildlife.
Frank Graff talks with Dr. Roland Kays of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, where researchers are launching the the largest camera trap animal survey ever attempted.
Archaeologists, and researchers from a Durham-based non-profit, use a centuries-old map, traditional archaeology practices and new technology to discover new clues to the fate of the Lost Colony.
A breakthrough discovery at NCSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine could change the way illnesses like asthma and cancer are treated.
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