Cancer, which affects millions every year, requires proteins to spread through the body. In a new strategy to beat the wide-ranging disease, scientists are sabotaging its protein factories.
The most important digital currency in ecommerce is data. As personal information is collected and shared, risks to individual privacy climb, and UNC Charlotte computer scientist Liyue Fan is researching novel ways to better protect individuals’ personal data.
Charlotte faculty members Kirill Afonin and Margaret Quinlan are the 2023 recipients of the First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal and the Harshini V. de Silva Graduate Mentor Award, respectively.
A team at UNC Charlotte's Center for Computational Intelligence to Predict Health and Environmental Risks and Tuple, a Charlotte-based genomics consulting firm, has used artificial intelligence to rapidly assess the public health implications of the newly emergent SARS-CoV-2 XBB.1.5 variant.
Updated boosters administered on an annual or biannual basis greatly reduce the long-term risk of infection from endemic COVID-19.
Meet Isaiah Young ’22, an environmental monitoring technician and a part of the wastewater testing team. Learn about his team’s work with COVID testing, the lessons from his job and what popular artist he jams out to in the lab.
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UNC Charlotte’s business and innovation partners returned to the University Wednesday, Dec. 7, after a three-year, pandemic-related hiatus for the Research and Business Partners Celebration hosted by the Division of Research.
The gap between the consumer price index for all urban consumers and the Fed Funds Rate remains too wide to reflect progress toward inflation reduction, according to John Connaughton, director of the North Carolina Economic Forecast.
Brittany Anderson, a recent recipient of a CAREER National Science Foundation grant for her pioneering research on gifted Black girls in early STEM education. In her rise to national prominence, she has never forgotten the historical legacies of the places she came from.
UNC Charlotte researchers are piloting a novel approach they hope will break the cycle of recidivism leading to a new national model for parole and probation practices.