Andrew Heckert has a skeleton in his closet — though it might not be what people think.
A recent study has found that a majority of doctors have acquiesced to parents’ wishes to delay children’s vaccinations, even against the prevention schedule recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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.
A recent study shows North Carolina is falling behind other states in preventing tobacco use, on top of having a large number of residents with poor nutrition, low physical activity rates and obesity.
From September to January, Lenovo was installing software called Superfish on many of its computers — and though most UNC students’ laptops weren’t affected, experts believe Superfish poses a serious security threat to PC owners.
In 2007, UNC pledged to become carbon neutral by the year 2050, but those in charge of UNC’s energy services are not optimistic about meeting that deadline.
Sarahi Gamboa Ramirez failed one of her high school English classes because she couldn’t finish her homework on time. The homework, heavy on research and writing, required computer access she didn’t have at home.
While many Triangle residents rush to their computers to test out new, lightning-speed Internet, the town of Hillsborough will be waiting for their browsers and Google Fiber connection to load.
Google Fiber will help Chapel Hill and Carrboro approach the speed of light.
Research published by UNC biologists Thursday revealed sea turtles’ secrets to navigating the ocean and returning home.
The Carrboro Police Department saved the life of a resident Monday night — the first time naloxone was used by any police department in North Carolina.
Six people will die every day in the U.S. from binge drinking.
Students living on campus now have access to 131 digital channels — including HBO, Cinemax and FOX Sports — in their dorm rooms.
His daughter’s laugh, the jingle of keys and voices on the television are all sounds Marine Corps veteran Dac Carpenter thought he would never hear again.
UNC researchers have turned to unlikely allies for their help in finding new treatments for Ebola — mice.
Christmas is coming early at four middle schools in Chapel Hill and Carrboro, where faculty and staff will receive new Apple laptops in the coming weeks.
Budget cuts are handicapping universities nationwide, but a study of the 2014 fiscal year shows some post-recession growth.
CarolinaGO, a mobile application designed to inform students of everything they need to know at UNC, has been in the making since 2012, and students' partnership with UNC's Information Technology Services has finally brought the app to fruition.
The first things visitors see in 1789 Venture Lab on Franklin Street are a ping pong table, arcade games, and an assortment of comfy chairs.