By Mary Lide Parker On a hot day in late July, Emma Kelly is walking through a field in Biringo Boke, a small village in northeastern Ghana. She comes to a well — a hole in the ground surrounded by a … Continued
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An old, repressive regime is out. Someone new takes power. First order of business: elect a new government. But how do you do that, exactly? That’s the question the Egyptian military, Tunisian reformers and other groups had to ask after coming … Continued
The Llaima Volcano, located near Melipueco, Chile, is one of the most active in South America. In January, 2015, researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill, Michigan State University, Georgia State University, and Boise State University came together to gather valuable data on its … Continued
by Ginnie Hench You can’t survive without a liver. It detoxifies your blood and makes essential nutrients, among other vital functions. You can get by with a small fraction of your liver, but if that goes, you’re as good as dead. … Continued
Marschall Runge, executive dean of the School of Medicine, reflects on Carolina’s connection to Malawi and its potential to enable us to conquer the deadliest plague of our lifetimes: AIDS.
Millions of children live with anemia, and treating it can be dangerous. Carla Cerami’s lab wants to make it safe to take iron throughout the developing world.