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Ph.D Student Rich Nguyen
Computer Visualization for the medical industry
Emergency Response
Hands on experience for former Ph.D. student
Discovery Through Soy Beans
Dr. Jessica Schlueter's research and the impact of Soy Beans on our lives

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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s visit to UNC Charlotte on Wednesday, April 19, provided a hands-on opportunity for the state’s chief executive to experience the power of Big Data.

North Carolina has the brain power, the educational system, and the technology business sector that can propel it to the top in the emerging data economy, says a report published recently by the North Carolina Board of Science, Technology & Innovation, part of the NC Department of Commerce

Some 182,000 new tech jobs were created in 2016, representing 10% of all jobs added in the economy.

A growing tech industry is often considered the ultimate sign of a healthy local economy. By that measure, the Bay Area still stands at the top of the heap in the United States, but our survey of the metropolitan areas with the strongest tech job growth turns up some surprising places not usually thought of as tech meccas.