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Research at UNC-Chapel Hill, a billion-dollar venture, has quadrupled over the past 15 years, firmly establishing Carolina as one of America’s top-ranked research universities.
A new North Carolina study called VISION is now underway to answer some of the biggest questions about COVID-19. The study plans to enroll 7,500 COVID-positive individuals to understand the different factors that impact individual risk for key clinical outcomes, including recovery from acute illness, symptom rebound, re-infection and long COVID.
Local biologists team up to study how wetland mitigation affects small mammals.
The project's goal is to validate new technology for detecting inferior quality chemo products in sub-Saharan Africa.
Technology developed by researchers in the UNC STAR Heel Performance Laboratory provided real-time feedback for teens during a study aimed at decreasing the risk of traffic crashes.
The study provides some of the first findings on how social media usage could have long-standing and important consequences on the development of adolescent brains.
Between July 2020 and the end of June 2021, Carolina increased its annual research expenditures to $1.2 billion across all fields, with federal awards accounting for $748 million. This represents an increase of $46 million over fiscal year 2020.