The founder of startup Margik Inc. leverages Ventureprise success and lands investment from an appearance on “The Unicorn Hunters Show.”
Research and publication on entrepreneurship by faculty members in UNC Charlotte’s Belk College of Business has led to the University’s designation among the top 10 institutions on Texas Christian University’s 2022 Global University Entrepreneurship Productivity Rankings.
UNC Charlotte researchers and the Gaston County Department of Health and Human Services have created the Gaston Water Map, a website with tools that map known groundwater quality in the county. The site also provides resources on best practices households can use to understand their well water quality.
Researchers from Yale School of Public Health and UNC Charlotte have an answer regarding the uncertainty as to how long COVID vaccine protection lasts, and when it might be necessary for individuals to get an additional booster shot.
Strong protection following vaccination is short-lived.
The researchers’ study is the first to quantify the likelihood of future infection following...
A new biomolecular anticoagulant platform invented by a team led by UNC Charlotte researcher Kirill Afonin holds promise as a revolutionary advancement over the blood thinners currently used during surgeries and other procedures
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.
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.
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
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.
Mark Wilson will use funding for novel research on U.S. defense industry.