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  • Sense of Air

    From a pollution-sensing bench to high tech monitoring devices, EPA researchers in Research Triangle Park are at the forefront of monitoring the nation’s air quality.

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  • Scientists tackle a number of coastal challenges that stem from shifting sediment that fills transport channels in the Pamlico Sound, including managing dredged materials to make room for ferries, uncovering items of cultural importance, and preserving valuable sea grass.

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  • Biltmore Science

    George Vanderbilt pushed the technology envelope when building Biltmore Estate, and his descendants still promote technology with a solar farm. The estate also raises canola and collects cooking oil from restaurants to make biodiesel fuel.

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  • Saving Black Sea Bass

    Black sea bass is a valuable North Carolina seafood, but degrading coastal nurseries threaten the population.

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  • Sargassum Secrets

    Sargassum is the reddish brown grass that floats in the ocean and washes up on the beach, but new research shows it is also a complex island community at sea that is essential to ocean habitats.

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