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North Carolina Central University (NCCU) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC Chapel Hill) have been jointly awarded a $250,000 grant from the Alfred P.
This project focuses on the development of the theoretical understanding of intrinsic electronic processes and interactions in transdimensional heterostructures.
In this effort, intrinsic mechanisms of spectroscopic detection, molecular sensing, and control will be explored for planar closely packed periodic carbon nanotube arrays using ri
The researchers propose a program in nuclear Compton scattering to carry out a series of measurements that will perform stringent tests of the predictions of Chiral Effective Field Theories (EFT),
A novel post-Friedmann formalism (cosmological perturbation theory) covering all spatial scales and permitting of nonlinear contrasts of the matter density has been recently formulated within the c
The proposed project is to conduct research in coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS) and formalize participation in the COHERENT collaboration for the principal investigator (PI).
This proposal is a request for funds for the development of a unique instrument for the study of coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS) on germanium.
The goal of this proposed HBCU-RISE project is to expand the scale and scope of the Integrated Biosciences Ph.D. program at NCCU through the addition of interdisciplinary concentrations.
The vision for this partnership in nanomaterials between the Pennsylvania State University MRSEC and NCCU is to leverage the assets of both partners to enable significant increases in minority part