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Education professor receives NSF grant for pioneering research on gifted Black girls

   June 8, 2022

Brittany Anderson, assistant professor of urban education in the Cato College of Education, received a $1,062,034 grant from the National Science Foundation for her pioneering research on gifted Black girls.

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UNC Charlotte inventions, patents, licenses and startups are driving the innovation economy

   June 3, 2022

The influence of UNC Charlotte’s growing research enterprise is solidified in a new report that evaluated the universities in the United States most proficient at creating new knowledge.

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New technology creates energy from waves to desalinate ocean water

   May 23, 2022

After a spirited five-stage, three-year national competition, a team of UNC Charlotte researchers and students finished second in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Waves to Water Prize for technology

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New insight into coral-algae symbiosis aims to help reefs recover from mass bleaching

   May 9, 2022

A new open-access study led by researchers at UNC Charlotte and the University of California, Riverside, aims to shed light on how to reverse the damage and save corals.

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UNC Charlotte history professor named Andrew Carnegie Fellow

   April 27, 2022

Mark Wilson will use funding for novel research on U.S. defense industry.

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University research showcased for inaugural Congressional Staff Symposium

   April 27, 2022

Key staff members from offices representing North Carolina’s federal Senate and House of Representatives visited UNC Charlotte for a Congressional Staff Symposium, “Shaping What’s Next at an Emerging Research University,” to learn about the University’s rapidly rising research profile.

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NSF grant funding to support health monitoring system for elderly

   April 26, 2022

A pair of interdisciplinary researchers from architecture and engineering recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation to use artificial intelligence to improve health care among the elderly.

The funding of $255,992 is through a Small Business Technology Transfer Phase I grant, designed to assist researchers transform scientific discoveries into commercial products....

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Thill receives First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal

   April 21, 2022

Jean-Claude Thill, Knight Distinguished Professor of Public Policy in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, is the 2022 recipient of the First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal.

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Refugees fleeing war-torn Ukraine are creating global migration crisis

   March 31, 2022

Researchers with UNC Charlotte’s Migration Research Network offer insight about the political, social and economic implications of the mass exodus of Ukrainian people, with an eye to broader issues.

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Faculty Research Grants awarded for new research and scholarly connections

   March 24, 2022

Fifty-four members of UNC Charlotte’s faculty are recipients of 2022-23 Faculty Research Grants for pursuing new lines of research or establishing new scholarly collaborations.

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