Tue, 04/24/2018 - 10:38am
“Every bird is a mystery, every bird has a story to tell," says John Brzorad, Ph.D. “And that’s why we have this technology. It’s how we can learn their story.”
Almost half of forage fish caught are used as bait for crustaceans. But overfishing is threatening forage fish stocks, so a small start-up in Greensboro developed an alternative bait.
Most rivers have an assigned watchdog, often called a riverkeeper. Meet Emily Sutton, the Haw River's newest riverkeeper.
North Carolina State University's bug museum houses 1.5 million specimens, attracting researchers from around the world.
What have you always wondered about North Carolina? Its landmarks, environment, innovations, health, or industries? Let us know!
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