Mon, 10/24/2016 - 12:21am
A hydrologic lab in NC has been recording watershed data every five minutes since 1934, and the data is revealing.
ECU students work to produce new treatments with bioprocess engineering.
Scientists discover and analyze the important function of seagrass beds as not only habitats, but as buffer zones and water purifiers.
Researchers look at the connection between nest construction, climate and the survival and growth rates of Carolina Chickadees.
The zero-gravity environment onboard the International Space Station enables astronauts and researchers to better study health issues that impact people on Earth.
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