Research Breakthrough

ECU researchers’ breakthrough nets funding to study fatty acid’s role in dementia prevention Neurodegenerative diseases – such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and ALS – are a leading cause of morbidity and …

School-based Telemedicine

East Carolina University, the Duplin County School District and health professionals in Duplin County collectively launched an initiative in 2016 in hopes of removing some of the barriers to health care that children in rural areas typically face.

Cape Lookout Research Could Help National Park Managers

It’s not easy to manage a national park like North Carolina’s Cape Lookout National Seashore, a 28,000-acre site with an iconic lighthouse, windswept beaches and many historic structures. In addition to day-to-day decisions for 400,000 annual recreational visits, park managers have to make long-term plans to protect historic resources from demanding coastal conditions in a changing climate with limited budgets.

Interior design program coordinator uses tiny house as teaching tool

Erin Adams used to have aspirations about moving into a tiny house, and she had big dreams of what she wanted her small-scale abode to be like. Now, three years later, Adams is getting ready to move into her new 265-square-feet of space on the Tuckaseigee River, and she’s also the recipient of an international award for its sustainable interior design.

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