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Learn about protists, single-cell organisms that are neither animal nor plant.
Learn about photosynthesis, the process that powers the world.
Cellular respiration breaks down the food that photosynthesis produces.
Dormancy and tropism are two abilities plants have that help them survive.
Enjoy the wonders of the coast at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island.
Frank Graff looks back at some of his favorite NC Science Now stories from 2013.
Elementary students with iPads turn underperforming school into model for new technology.
Frank Graff shares some of his favorite science stories from 2013.
The director of North Carolina’s State Parks looks ahead to the next 100 years.
The first solar eclipse in decades happens in 2017, & all of NC will see some of it.
Researchers gain new insights to shipwrecks off our state's coast.
New data shows the air quality over Great Smoky Mountains National Part is improving.
Scientists launch the first study of Currituck Sound’s water quality, habitats, wildlife.
Frank Graff talks with Dr. Roland Kays of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
Archaeologists are uncovering intriguing new clues to the fate of the Lost Colony.
A cell phone video shot at NCSU was integral in developing a new drug.
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