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Discoveries from a high altitude balloons launched by students during the solar eclipse.
Newton’s laws of motion and many other principles of physics play out on the ballfield.
The science and technology behind the first down marker on a televised football game.
Waves are all around us. Find out about the nature, shapes, and impacts of waves with this
Did you miss the eclipse?
Find out why some pilots fly directly into storms.
Blend design and engineering and you get mechatronics.
High-altitude balloons will help scientists get unprecedented views of the 2017 eclipse.
Longitudinal waves compress and expand the medium in the same direction as the wave.
Transverse waves move the medium in a perpendicular direction to the wave’s direction.
Hurricane Matthew provided a lesson in the power of water.
UNC-P Prof. Ben Bahr identifies a set of compounds that could slow or reverse Alzheimers.
Metabolon is pioneering the use of metabolites to design customized medicines.
A rare galaxy with 2 rings was discovered 359 million light years from Earth.
3-D printing takes regenerative medicine to a promising new level.
Ultraviolet light could help hospitals fight drug resistant bacterial infections.
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