The North Carolina State Climate Office (NCSCO) has a new data request tool that makes it faster and easier than ever before to access weather and climate data from across North Carolina.
Stargazers of all ages will be part of the 9th annual North Carolina Statewide Star Party on Friday, April 16 and Saturday, April 17. With a theme of the Moon and Mars, the event is part of the annual NC Science Festival.
Barry Nash, North Carolina Sea Grant’s seafood marketing specialist, has compiled A Primer on North Carolina Seafood, a free online resource for anyone interested in the commercial seafood industry.
North Carolina’s Water Resources Research Institute is accepting applications for the coordinator of research and engagement.
When we look at the aquatic sciences and related disciplines, from marine biology to wetland ecology to coastal resilience, we see how Black scientists are persisting and breaking barriers in white-dominated fields. While these scientists conduct the work they love, they also encounter hardships in both academic and field research settings.