Learn about Newton's Laws of Motion through the game of baseball.
In 2013, NC scientists discovered dinosaur fossils in Utah. Find out more about these ancient bones with this introductory lesson plan.
Learn about nonrenewable and renewable energy sources currently available in North Carolina, and then find out how scientists in the state are testing strategies for harvesting renewable energy from the Atlantic Ocean.
Sound is a form of energy that occurs when vibrating materials produce waves that move through matter.
Electromagnetic energy travels through space in the form of electrical and magnetic waves.
Learn about the techniques and outcomes of genetic technology, and discover how North Carolina scientists are using genetic technology to turn soybeans into vaccines.
Learn about how biotechnology is used to affect living organisms, especially in the pharmaceutical, agricultural and alternative energy industries. Then explore how scientists in North Carolina are using biotechnology to develop new pharmaceutical drugs that will better treat diseases such as diabetes.
The industrial biotechnology company Novozymes has developed a groundbreaking biogas plant that turns wastewater from its Franklinton plant into energy to help power the plant.
The new frontier for design and manufacturing is in three dimensions. Additive manufacturing, also known as 3-D printing, opens up a new world of design never before possible.
When the inventor that designed a laser to detect pigments in skin cancer was visiting an art museum, he had an idea: Why not turn the laser on artwork to understand the layering of pigments? When the museum's discovered lasers could be used to probe pigments, they asked if lasers could be used to clean pigments. Watch how parts of a solution for one problem were used to solve another.