Someday, a bio-scavenger may be a soldier’s best friend.
In The Empire Strikes Back, a robotic probe lands on the ice planet Hoth, rises from the snow and searches for the Rebellion’s hideout. The long-limbed, metallic probe finds a specific structure and determines that it could be a field generator. Darth Vader orders the attack.
Freedom. In mid-summer, many people associate freedom with fireworks and picnics. For Cameron Cook of Mooresville, N.C., an incoming first-year student at UNC-Chapel Hill, freedom means playing his saxophone.
For UNC’s Dr. Amelia F. Drake, rowing is a lot like life.
Wyatt Bruton is a 2011 UNC graduate teaching at Zhiying Middle School in Xiwei Village in Guangdong, China.
Carolina student Adrian Schlesinger brought the Chapel Hill community together through her art installation in the vacant Yates Motor Company building on West Franklin Street.
Someday, might you have a polyester pancreas? Or heart? Or kidney? It isn’t out of the question, given the work of such scientists as Devin Barrett.
Deepak Raj Dugar doesn’t have much free time. When the ENT-Head and Neck Surgery Resident does find a moment, he relaxes and restores himself through an ancient and evolving dance called Bhangra.
Morgan Abbott didn’t know the children at New Life Homes in Kenya would steal her heart. Then little Georgi, 5, took her hand.
As federal guidelines for school lunches change, UNC nutritionists evaluate the changes and use "taste texting" and local farmers while partnering with schools on improving food choices.