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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.
Dr. Nortin Hadler discusses his book on issues in modern medicine.
DG talks to Stanley Riggs about his book, The Battle for North Carolina's Coast.
Spider DNA is used to make silkworms produce spider silk, a tough, light, flexible fiber.
Frank Graff looks at the science behind properly cleaning up from a hurricane.
Science helps farmers produce more crops that are also drought & disease resistant.
80 years of watershed data, recorded every 5 minutes, reveals much about drought.
Scientists study how nest construction, climate, & growth impact the Carolina Chickadee.
Bioprocess engineering creates biological products from live organisms and enzymes.
Seagrass is a valuable, but little known, nursery, water cleaner & shoreline stabilizer.
NC scientists are doing research onboard the International Space Station!
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