Finding Fresh Water

Finding Fresh Water

How much fresh water is there around the world? The question seems like it would have an easy answer but UNC’s Tamlin Pavelsky will tell you that’s not the case. It turns out, if we need to know, for example, the total amount of water flowing through our rivers, the best estimate available could be... Read More

Two NIH Grants Support Research Targeting Roadblock to AIDS Cure

Two NIH Grants Support Research Targeting Roadblock to AIDS Cure

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases have been awarded a total of approximately $7 million to develop treatments that target HIV reservoirs. Despite powerful and life-saving drug treatments, HIV continues to replicate at low levels in the body. Infected cells remain, and once treatment... Read More

Collaboration Culminates in Lebanese Migration Exhibit at N.C. Museum of History

Collaboration Culminates in Lebanese Migration Exhibit at N.C. Museum of History

The Digital Innovation Lab (DIL) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill began working with the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies at North Carolina State University two years ago to map the migration and settlement of hundreds of families in North Carolina cities a century ago from what is now Lebanon, but was then a part of the... Read More

UNC, King’s College London Extend Strategic Alliance

UNC, King’s College London Extend Strategic Alliance

A delegation from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill led by Chancellor Carol Folt visited King’s College London on March 12 to extend the alliance, first initiated in 2005, between the two universities. The partnership is one of the most ambitious between a U.S. and U.K. university and covers a diverse range of... Read More

Library Celebrates Seven Million Books with Rare Poetry Volume of the African Diaspora

Library Celebrates Seven Million Books with Rare Poetry Volume of the African Diaspora

A rare sixteenth-century book with modern resonance will become the seven-millionth volume in the Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A free public celebration on March 20 will mark the acquisition of a book of Latin poetry published in 1573 by Juan Latino. Scholars have described Latino as the first person of sub-Saharan African descent to publish a book of poems in a [...]
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