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Explore science, nature and environmental, and technology stories from all around North Carolina. UNC-TV Science covers the scientific knowledge our state has to offer the world.
Emmy-nominated North Carolina Science Now, which premiered on August 7, 2013, is a weekly science series that airs Thursdays at 8PM during NC Now, UNC-TV’s flagship public affairs program. Television producer Frank Graff, associate producer Daniel Lane, digital media editor Liz Bowles and educational consultants collaborate to make science come alive on North Carolina Science Now, on-air and online. In addition to the weekly broadcast segment, UNC-TV houses the videos on this UNC-TV Science website where additional related multimedia materials — photo galleries, blogs, Q&As, articles and infographics — will be posted.
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