5.13.22 | For the People, UNC Libraries
Rep. G.K. Butterfield Jr.’s archives document North Carolina’s complicated political and racial history — and his role in it. by Elizabeth Leland ’76 Facing one of the toughest decisions of his political career last year, U.S.
For more than a decade, staff members at the N.C. Digital Heritage Center have been archiving historical materials across our state to paint a picture of the lives of everyday North Carolinians throughout the centuries. read more
Researchers from UNC and Stanford University have developed a microneedle vaccine patch that outperforms a needle jab to boost immunity. read more
The funding is used to conduct research projects and experiments for external sponsors, such as federal agencies, industry partners and nonprofit organizations. read more
THRIVE planners say the program will be fully operational beginning in January. read more
Vin Steponaitis and Steve Davis ’74 have a combined 69 years in archaeological research at the University. Now, they have a museum. read more
Rachel Noble pioneered tests for bacteria that show results within an hour. Oysters are her new target. read more