Force, friction and backlash: This is the story of how Carolina lost its nationally renowned engineering school. Will it come back?
By George Spencer
Call it the last waltz.
In January 1937, The Carolina Inn hosted the Engineers Ball…
Students, faculty and staff this week are demonstrating how their respective disciplines address climate change during the annual University Research Week.
Called “A Climate of Change at Carolina,” it features more than 60 events…
A co-working space in the business block of Franklin Street that strives to spark creativity and community among business leaders opened in September.
Innovate Carolina Junction, sponsored by UNC’s department for innovation and…
Professors are worried less about students using AI to cheat and more about how it should be used.
By Mark Derewicz
(a real human)
A flawed, sarcastic human spent time talking to smarter humans and contextualizing facts and…
UNC students working for an organization that reconfigures toys so children with accessibility needs can more easily play with them distributed the toys to six Triangle and Charlotte locations this month.
The students who modified the toys…
The University needs more space to launch high-tech ventures, and Chapel Hill wants to revamp a long-struggling downtown. The proposed plans may radically transform the little village you’re used to.
by Eric Johnson…
Frank Leibfarth made Popular Science magazine’s 2021 Brilliant 10 roster, recognizing early-career scientists with the potential to transform the world with innovative approaches to key issues.