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The place at the end of the bumpy dirt road looks and sounds like many farms in rural Chatham County. But the writing carved into the wooden sign above the garden gate shows the difference at the Farm at Penny Lane: “Hope Grows Here.”
Bob Anthony considers himself a "professional North Carolinian," managing 4.5 million books, maps, photographs and other cultural heirlooms in the nation's largest single state-focused collection.
On this week’s episode, rising junior Excellence Perry shares how he hopes to empower incoming Tar Heels as an orientation leader.
Led by Carolina's Eva Anton, scientists have uncovered details of a key cellular mechanism crucial for brain development. This process of brain development is spawned by a gene that, when mutated, had previously been linked to the development of autism.
Six other members were sworn in to begin their four-year terms.
UNC School of Medicine researchers are 15 years into a long-term study to learn how to optimize the health of children born at less than 28 weeks gestation, including identifying factors that help them succeed in school and develop social and communication skills.
An exhibition at the University Libraries looks at the ways that North Carolinians in the late 19th and early 20th centuries kept cool during the hottest months of the year.
Deadline for Office for Undergraduate Research travel awards.
Fall applications are due for the Graduate Research Consultant (GRC) Program.