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[Research Article] Eukaryotic G Protein Signaling Evolved to Require...
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15 hrs ago
The secret lives, and deaths, of neurons
Neurons can be cultured in one compartment of a microfluidic chamber and extend their axons through very small grooves into a separate compartment .
19 hrs ago
'NC Engine' still sorting through next-gen broadband proposals
The cities and universities behind a project that hopes to wire Winston-Salem and several Triangle-area communities with ultra-high-speed broadband are well into the process of selecting one or more vendors.
23 hrs ago
Chapel Hill News
County budget: No tax hike, more for schools
County Manager Frank Clifton offered a $185.9-million budget Tuesday that maintains the property tax rate, adds $2.4 million to school funding and includes a 3 percent raise for county employees.
Wed May 22, 2013
Injured military compete in Valor Games
About 100 injured military veterans and those on active duty are competing against each other this week in the Valor Games Southeast.
Crowd size and arrest totals increase at latest Moral Monday protest
Supporters along Lane Street in downtown Raleigh cheer on the 57 protesters who were arrested after the fourth Moral Monday demonstration at the State Capitol on May 20.
How Carol Peppe Hewitt and Slow Money NC are raising funds for farmers, one loan at a time
Collier Reeves and Maryah Smith-Overman of Durham's Homegrown City Farms, which began in early 2012 with $2,000 borrowed through Slow Money NC.
05.22.13: N.C. News Bits
U.S. Housing and Urban Development awarded $806,566 in a second round of grants to support 16 local homeless housing and service programs in North Carolina.
Spring Hope Enterprise
New prosecutor for financial crimes
By MARY BAINES District Attorney Robert Evans welcomed Tonya Montanye, new financial crimes prosecutor for Eastern North Carolina, to the Seventh Prosecutorial District on April 8. 'We are pleased to have a prosecutor with the experience and commitment that Ms.
Tue May 21, 2013
Rocky Mount Telegram
Democratic chair questioned over Las Vegas trip
RALEIGH The head of the N.C. Democratic Party is facing questions about credit card charges made during a March trip to a Las Vegas casino to watch basketball games with his old college buddies.
Eastern Wake News
Wendell mayor opposes expanded transit
The drafted plan he opposes would raise sales taxes by a half-cent to pay for expanded bus service to every Wake town and install a commuter rail between Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.
PlayMakers Rep to Welcome NYC's The TEAM for New Work Debut, 5/29
New York theater ensemble The TEAM -- which will be developing a new performance piece while in residence with PlayMakers Repertory Company at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill -- will unveil its work-in-progress May 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Frey Rehearsal Hall in the Center for Dramatic Art on Country Club Road.
Mon May 20, 2013
Theo Pinson To Make The Call Wednesday
The Greensboro, N.C. native will make his college intentions known where he plays high school ball, Wesleyan Christian High School .
IMRT may not be more effective than older radiation techniques after prostatectomy
This is the study's lead author, Ronald Chen, M.D., M.P.H., assistant professor of Radiation Oncology in the UNC School of Medicine.
Chapel Hill News
OWASA to hold budget hearing Thursday
The OWASA Board of Directors will hold public hearings on the proposed budget, rates and capital investment program at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, in Chapel Hill Town Hall, 405 Martin Luther King Jr.
Chapel Hill News
Crowd protests school language cuts
Foreign languages were again the draw for a standing-room crowd that spilled out the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board's meeting room last week.
Sun May 19, 2013
What do we eat? New food map will tell us
In this photo taken April 3, 2013, nutrition scholar Prof. Barry Popkin, head of the University of North Carolina Food Research Program, discusses his study, what foods Americans are purchasing in stores and eating, in his office at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Mavericks ready to chase their dreams
It's important to invest as much as possible in your dreams, Middle College High School senior Eeyi Oon told her classmates on Friday afternoon.
The Cookery is transformative venture in West Durham
He ended up having a random conversation that has transformed not only his life but also his city.
Brian Minton appeals 2008 murder conviction
Brian Gregory Minton, who was found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Joshua Bailey, has appealed his conviction saying the case against him was weak and prosecutors bolstered it by using inadmissible character evidence.