The North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport has begun offering tactile maps of the facility to allow visitors with low-vision or who have blindness to access the site independently.
The Department of Transportation has turned to researchers at N.C. State University to test girders from the demolished Bonner Bridge to improve tomorrow’s bridge designs.
Three videos are available through the new “Native Plant Pick: North Carolina” series, which features native plants ideal for coastal landscapes.
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science in Wilmington will open its doors free Saturday to all Museum Day ticket holders, a part of Smithsonian magazine’s 17th annual Museum Day,
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ annual insect celebration, BugFest 2021: Plan Bee!, will be mostly virtual this year.
N.C.’s Water Resources Research Institute and Sea Grant are offering funding to graduates researching water quality issues.
A lesson plan on maintaining healthy water quality and watersheds, Watershed Wisdom earned a Grand Award from the annual APEX Awards for Excellence.
Applications are being accepted for a coastal research fellowship and a team coastal resilience project competition in the Albemarle-Pamlico region.
Teachers at Title I public schools can apply for the latest round of Aquarium Scholars mini-grants to help fund field trips to North Carolina Aquariums facilities.
The North Carolina Maritime Museums system has been awarded nearly $100,000 to enhance work at its Beaufort archaeological conservation lab.
North Carolina Sea Grant won a national Grand Award from the 2021 APEX Awards for Excellence in the Campaigns, Programs & Plans for Public Service category.
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science is hosting the interactive exhibition, “Sun, Earth, Universe.”
ECU professor Dr. Stanley Riggs has been awarded the 2021 Francis Parker Shepard Medal by the Society for Sedimentary Geology.
The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras is hosting a juried photo contest where the selected entries will go on display in a year-long exhibit.
Kill Devil Hills Library, North Carolina Arboretum and the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education are offering the ecoEXPLORE program available to kingergarteners through eighth graders.
The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit now has a section focused on the Southeast region.