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Dr Noble on Detecting E. coli

May 30, 2018

Dr Noble spoke with Rapid Microbiology about the recent E. coli outbreak and about her patented test for detecting E. coli in leafy greens

Dr Paerl on his Latest Hurricane Study

May 29, 2018

Dr Paerl was on WUNC talking about his latest hurricane study –

Dr Paerl on 20 Year Study of Hurricane Impacts

May 29, 2018

Dr Paerl was recently on WUNC talking about his 20 year study on hurricane impacts to coastal systems.

Martin Benavides on New Shark Study

May 25, 2018

Great piece in the Coastal Review Online about a new shark study. Fodrie lab PhD student Martin Benavides is quoted extensively – check it out. Great work, Martin!

Dr Paerl in the Impacts of Hurricanes in NC

May 23, 2018

Great piece in the N&O about Dr Paerl’s latest paper looking at 2 decades of hurricane impacts in NC. Great work by Dr Paerl and team!

Dr Jim Morley on How Climate Change Effects Fish Migration

May 16, 2018

Fodrie lab post doc Dr Jim Morley is getting great coverage of a new paper he has out today. This is work from when he was at Rutgers. Great work Dr Morley! The Boston Globe: NPR: The Independent … Read more

Shelby Ziegler, Fodrie lab PhD candidate

May 15, 2018

Check out this great feature on Fodrie lab PhD candidate, Shelby Ziegler. Also in the story are #FodSquad super techs (& UNC alumni) Francesca Peay and Lauren Clance. Huge thanks to the team at UNC Research for the amazing … Read more

Shelby Ziegler’s Work on NC Marshes

May 15, 2018

Great article about Shelby’s work has been making the rounds of the main campus outlets (eg Endeavors Magazine,, College news blast) Awesome job, Shelby! Please check it out everyone!

Dr Noble Science Friday Interview

May 11, 2018

Stoked to share the link to Dr Noble’s Science Friday interview last week. We’ve been getting awesome feedback from it – great work Dr Noble!

Dr Noble on CNN

May 7, 2018

Dr Noble was recently a guest on the Michaela show on CNN/HLN. Check out the link below to watch (doesn’t work well on mobile devices, FYI)