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The Bone Lab

Bones tell the story of a person's life. Forensic anthropologists at NC State University use advanced forensic science techniques to identify victims and solve crimes. Their work in using skeletal measurements to identify where a person is from has drawn worldwide attention.

Vaccine Hunters

Chikungunya and dengue fever are two mosquito-carried viruses that threaten almost three billion people worldwide. Both illnesses cause serious flu-like symptoms, and dengue fever can be fatal. A Raleigh biotech start-up is using technology from NC State in its race to create a vaccine to stop the spread of the viruses.

Greening the Golf Course

The restoration of historic Pinehurst #2 golf course, site of the 2014 U.S. Open, to its original design is a model of golf going green. The course, filled with native plants needing less care, matches the Sandhills environment, using less water and chemicals. The USGA and PGA say it's a model of golf going back to nature.

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