North Carolina Science Now

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North Carolina Science NowEmmy-nominated North Carolina Science Now, which premiered on August 7, 2013, is a weekly science series that airs Wednesdays at 7:30PM during North Carolina Now, UNC-TV’s flagship public affairs program. Television producer Frank Graff, education consultant Lucy Laffitte, associate producer Daniel Lane, and digital media editor Liz Bowles collaborate to make science come alive on North Carolina Science Now, on-air and online. In addition to the weekly broadcast segment, UNC-TV houses the videos on this UNC-TV Science website where additional related multimedia materials — photo galleries, blogs, Q&As, articles and infographics — will be posted.
 
All content is aligned for educators to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) to allow for easy use in the classroom. NGSS are essentially the common core standards for science. Our state is chock full of exciting stories to tell, from the latest scientific findings of university research to their practical applications in laboratories and businesses throughout the state. The series promotes awareness and understanding of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) subjects critically important to our state and nation’s future. All the programs produced are vetted through the North Carolina Science Now Advisory Board, composed of prominent North Carolina science and education professionals, to ensure their scientific accuracy and merit.
 
The project is made possible through a generous grant from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). Come back often to discover new posts and explore this new interconnected, dynamic approach to educational storytelling.

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