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The Bone Decoder

May 18, 2022

In 2005, when Clark Larsen got off a plane in South-Central Turkey, he wasn’t expecting a scene from his childhood to greet him. Larsen grew up in Nebraska, a state of endless cornfields and farmland. Despite having flown halfway around … Read more

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

February 12, 2021

About 71 percent of Earth is water. Of that water, 96.5 percent is oceans. So why do most air pollution and emissions studies focus on terrestrial research? An interdisciplinary team of UNC researchers has combined their expertise to determine how … Read more

Setting a Field Alight

November 12, 2020

From a young age, students are introduced to new concepts through textbooks: kindergarten alphabet workbooks that forge connection in language, fifth grade social studies textbooks to introduce state histories and governments, dense volumes of AP Chemistry reactions, a college student’s … Read more