Two teen siblings residing in Morehead City recently launched a website and YouTube channel they use to promote marine conservation and outreach.
A group of Manteo school alumni have submitted a petition with more than 12,000 signatures to the Dare County school board urging that its schools’ Native American mascots be retired.
Students stuck at home without high-speed internet to attend class online, and those with other, more basic needs are getting help and meals thanks to Outer Banks Community Foundation’s Rapid Response Grants.
Environmental and educational groups are providing ways online to celebrate Earth Day 2020 Wednesday and learn about the coastal environment while maintaining social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Mothers of students at a charter school in Beaufort are leading a program called Moms Do Science, which is aimed at boosting science literacy and breaking down stereotypes.
With its new affiliation, growing faculty and new programming, the Coastal Studies Institute in Wanchese is advancing long-term plans for becoming a world-class marine science facility.
During the Brad Sneeden Marine Science Academy last week, rising seventh through ninth graders joined in dissections, took behind-the-scenes tours and engaged in hands-on research while visiting the many Carteret County marine science institutions.
How did Florence’s flooding affect water quality? Researchers discussed their ongoing work on this and other questions during the recent Water Resources Research Institute conference in Raleigh.
Girls Exploring Science & Technology, or GEST, introduces sixth- through eighth-grade girls to science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, activities.
A Duke University Marine Lab project helped young Boys and Girls Club members apply science, technology, engineering and math to better understand storm surge and their experiences during Hurricane Florence.