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Walt Wolfram   Image Walt Wolfram has spent decades documenting linguistics diversity in North Carolina.
Updated July 23, 2015
group of people exercising outdoors   Image Fittle provides a tool for personalizing health via a mobile platform.
Updated July 23, 2015
lightning on a dark sky   Video A video look into the heart of a nighttime thunderstorm
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 22, 2015
researcher next to two students using sign language   Image Abdelhadi Soudi, on the right, works with two students in a Moroccan classroom.
Updated July 21, 2015
students and computer   Image Linguist Abdelhadi Soudi shows students how to use the translation software.
Updated July 21, 2015
Moroccan students   Image Few resources exist for deaf students in Morocco, making assistive devices important for classrooms.
Updated July 21, 2015
Jun Li   Image University of Oklahoma biochemistry professor Jun Li collected data from mosquitoes in Africa.
Updated July 21, 2015
James Duderstadt   Video A lifetime of building learning communities
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 20, 2015
exflagellation   Image A malaria parasite undergoes exflagellation, which normally occurs in the mid-gut of a mosquito.
Updated July 20, 2015
Gametocytes   Image Mosquitoes ingest malaria during human blood meals in its gametocyte form, seen here.
Updated July 20, 2015
diagram showing Malaria lifecycle   Image The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has mapped out malaria's two-host life cycle.
Updated July 20, 2015
A female anopheles mosquito   Image Humans contract the malaria parasite when bitten by a female anopheles mosquito, like this one.
Updated July 20, 2015
Peptide synthesis   Video A critical reaction for creating life could have happened in a drying puddle
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 17, 2015
Georgia Tech postdoctoral fellow Jay Forsythe loads a sample into a mass spectrometer   Image Georgia Tech postdoctoral fellow Jay Forsythe loads a sample into a mass spectrometer.
Updated July 17, 2015
Student holding a sample for rsearch in the lab   Image Georgia Tech graduate student Sheng-Sheng Yu holds a sample subjected to repeated wet-dry cycles.
Updated July 17, 2015
Sarah Ovink   Image Sarah Ovink has found that often colleges are not fully attuned to the needs of diverse students.
Updated July 17, 2015
postdoc collects ant colonies   Image DeAnna Beasley, a post-doctoral scholar at NCSU, collects ant colonies in the field.
Updated July 16, 2015
student looks through microscope   Image Brittany Ballentine, an REU student from Shaw University, studying ant immune function in the lab.
Updated July 16, 2015
Researcher looking for ants   Image The research revolves around a patch of forest in North Carolina.
Updated July 16, 2015
student checks on ant colony   Image Shaliek Morgan, an REU student from Shaw University, checks on an ant colony.
Updated July 16, 2015
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