UNC is one of the leading public research universities in the nation, according to the Carnegie Foundation’s classification of colleges and universities. The University’s research funding for the fiscal year of 2014 totaled more than $790 million. There are 80 research centers and institutes at UNC. Some of them are currently undergoing scrutiny by the UNC-system Board of Governors in order to cut the budget.
Topics: Research and Development
Dr. Kim Janssen doesn’t do scary movies. She hates watching bad things happen and can’t stand to see someone suffer.
The UNC School of Medicine is one step closer to understanding schizophrenia, a mental disorder that affects about one in 100 people.
Chapel Hill seniors looking to work in state after graduation got good news after a new report shows North Carolina as a top economic performer in both the Southeast and the nation.
It seems strange to have a facility host both its grand opening and its 10th anniversary celebration on the same day, but such was the case for UNC’s Biomedical Research Imaging Center.
When flu breaks out, doctors across the world often rely on Tamiflu, a medication considered so vital it is listed on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medicine.
Latoya Mewborn, resident of the Airport Gardens public housing community, plans to use her free AT&T U-verse internet access to take online classes to become a nurse.
After five years as vice chancellor for research, Barbara Entwisle has decided to step down from the position.
A UNC-based research team confirmed a genetic cause for autism — too much of a particular enzyme in the brain.
A team of UNC graduate students is entering the final phase of a competition to create a startup based on innovations in neuroscience.
Concerns have abounded in the past about the safety of long-term birth control, but a new study shows that more teenagers are choosing this method and that it’s helping combat teen pregnancy.
In the fall semester, UNC students Jerome Allen, Michaela Meredith and John St. Clair were extensively studying oyster populations at the Outer Banks — and now their research has helped inform two N.C. General Assembly proposals.
While the discussion about the proposed Obey Creek development continues, residents are expressing concerns about a pivotal portion of the plan — transportation.
The University’s public relations team is putting out more positive stories, but the development office still hasn’t seen a return on that investment.
UNC researchers have found e-cigarette vendors and customers are largely ignoring some of the state’s laws regulating them.
The University’s use of animals in research is being questioned by a national research watchdog organization.
For decades, there has been a relentless effort among scientists to eradicate HIV/AIDS — but a new discovery might finally lead to a cure for the condition.
Education policy was a major portion of President Barack Obama's 2015-16 national budget proposal, though analysts acknowledge that many parts of the plan are unlikely to make it through a GOP-controlled Congress.
Food brings people together — regardless of culture, language, age, race or religion.
The University isn’t keeping pace with its peers when it comes to dollars spent on fundraisers and development programs.