In late October, Gloria Putnam, coastal resources and communities specialist at North Carolina Sea Grant, spent a day in Wilmington with Frank Graff of UNC-TV. They taped a story for NC Science Now featuring the important…
The free Scientific Research and Education Network — or SciREN —Triangle event on Nov.13 is one space where educators can come talk to women in STEM fields about being a woman in a STEM field.
FFHS Phytofinders were called into action after a recent sighting of discolored water off the Outer Banks. Terri Kirby Hathaway explains.
Blogger and photographer Vanda Lewis shares a recipe for her mother-in-law’s fried bread, best served with seafood stews. Enjoy.
Meet the cow killer, Dasymutilla occidentalis. Also called the velvet ant, this masquerader is actually a wingless wasp found in coastal North Carolina. Learn more, courtesy North Carolina’s Amazing Coast: Natural Wonders from Alligators to Zoeas.