Most people use their foot to crush a soda can, but middle schoolers participating in East Carolina University’s STEM Girls Conference got to use an Instron universal testing machine to complete the task.
Fans of professional sports teams would not have noticed anything out of the ordinary at Milan Puskar Stadium’s concession stands on a recent sunny Saturday afternoon. Domestic and imported beer, wine and a hard cider advertised as gluten-free were all for sale during West Virginia’s football game against Maryland.
According to researchers at East Carolina University, the Fleetwing ship wreck in Garrett Bay is changing. For three weeks in September, graduate students of the college’s Maritime Studies program and their director Bradley A. Rodgers, Ph.D., spent a majority of their time underwater documenting how the wreck has evolved from calculations taken years ago.