Wed, 04/26/2017 - 1:31am
Frank Graff talks with author and biologist E.O. Wilson about his plan to help save the planet.
North Carolina will have a front row seat to the first solar eclipse that has been visible in the U.S. since 1991.
Scientists have the first evidence of how seismic testing disrupts fish colonies on reefs.
Researchers want to understand why sea grass and fish are dying, algae is growing and water quality is deteriorating in North Carolina's largest natural lake, Lake Mattamuskeet.
The Bartlett Tree Research Lab in Charlotte studies how best to protect trees and tree root systems in a rapidly growing state where building is happening everywhere.
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