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Student participation helps researchers study COVID-19
 
ECU researchers join statewide COVID-19 survey project
 
Here at the Martin Center, we often criticize university research. Rightly so.
 
Researchers have been grumbling about the state of scientific publishing for years.
Researchers have been grumbling about the state of scientific publishing for years.
 
Two East Carolina University researchers have received funding for a project that could lead to better quality of life for people living with chronic pain.
Two East Carolina University researchers have received funding for a project that could lead to better quality of life for people living with chronic pain.
 
Researchers at East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine have earned funding that could lead to pain relief and improved mobility for millions of people who suffer from osteoarthritis.
Researchers at East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine have earned funding that could lead to pain relief and improved mobility for millions of people who suffer from osteoarthritis.
 
Government should stop funding colleges and universities simply on the basis of butts in seats. Instead, it should reward high performance and the preparation of graduates for good-paying jobs.
Government should stop funding colleges and universities simply on the basis of butts in seats. Instead, it should reward high performance and the preparation of graduates for good-paying jobs.
 
Economic researchers say a study claiming more than 20,000 job-years were created in North Carolina as a result of legislation mandating the purchase of renewable energy likely exaggerates that outcome while downplaying job losses resulting from that mandate.
Economic researchers say a study claiming more than 20,000 job-years were created in North Carolina as a result of legislation mandating the purchase of renewable energy likely exaggerates that outcome while downplaying job losses resulting from that mandate.
 
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