University of North Carolina

  1. a university in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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  • Research by academics from the University of North Carolina has suggested that when teams talk they tend to discuss information they already know and that "talkier" teams are often less effective than those that just get on with the job. Management-Issues : News
  • He took weekly Sabbath walks to the University of North Carolina to sell fruit, soon winning the students' admiration by composing love lyrics and acrostics to order.
  • High order end conditions and convergence results for uniformly spaced quintic splines (Technical report/Dept. of Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte) by Norman F Innes OpEdNews - Quicklink: Americas | Pilot's gun fired during flight
  • The professor at University of North Carolina demonstrated that she is a thick-skulled elitist.
  • Moore earned a bachelor's degree in English, summa cum laude, from the University of North Carolina and a master of fine arts degree in creative writing from Bowling Green State University (Ohio). ErieBlogs
  • Location: shooting guard graduate schools: the University of North Carolina ( North Carolina ) 84 graduation.
  • In the essay, entitled "Jane Jacobs and the Death and Life of American Planning," Thomas J. Campanella, a professor of urban planning and design at the University of North Carolina, describes and discusses the grim descent that planning as a profession has taken in the 50 years since publication of Jacobs' The Death and Life of Great American Cities. Frank Gruber: Planning and Building for the Future, Dead: Round Up the Usual Suspects
  • Dr. Grace Murilla is the Kenyan principal investigator with a University of North Carolina-led consortium developing drugs to treat parasitic diseases such as trypanosomiasis, or sleeping sickness. Five African Women Scientists Honored by AU
  • Using a microRNA microarray, developed in collaboration with Scott Hammond at the University of North Carolina, He compared the expression of microRNAs-known as the mir-17-92 polycistron-suspected of playing a role in tumorigenesis in cancerous and normal cell lines. News from The Scientist
  • Gene's studies in zoology began at age 15 at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
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