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Watch baseball with physics teachers, learn about spider silk and green burial.
Balloons launched to snapshot the eclipse, 3-D printers create meals & math art.
Synchronous fireflies, Carolina Bays, and Occoneechee Mountain
3-D printing, using human cells, means damaged organs could be replaced.
A NC astronomer discovers a new galaxy by accident.
Metabolomics provides a snapshot of current health.
Hurricane Matthew provided a lesson in the power of water.
Researchers study how UVC ultraviolet light fights superbugs.
UNC Pembroke professor Dr. Ben Bahr is the 2017 recipient of the O. Max Garder award.
Movement combined with the outdoors provides valuable lessons in math and science.
The outdoors can be used to teach critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork.
Science and math skills are becoming increasingly important in today’s technology economy.
NASA astronaut, Col. Doug Wheelock tells us what it's like to spend time away from Earth.
NASA Astronaut, Colonel Doug Wheelock tells us about the challenges of working in zero-G.
Astronaut Col. Doug Wheelock tells us what his first experience in space was like.
NASA Astronaut, Colonel Doug Wheelock tells us about his hobbies while he's in space.
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