Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 39 Issue 8, August 2019
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From what it may offer visitors and locals, a Western North Carolina small town organized in 1828 has big city appeal. Features making Franklin visit-worthy include close proximity to the Appalachian Trail and in-town attractions like the Scottish Tartan Museum and Heritage Center.
Proving cycling’s value to North Carolina is how the state, individuals, and the environment benefit from its growing popularity. Statistics related to infrastructure construction, job creation, and health care costs measure the extent of this positive impact.
The greater popularity of tobacco products overseas makes this plant still a major cash crop for North Carolina. Therein lies a delicate balance: supporting the manufacture of these products in light of reports of e-cigarette related health hazards and controversy surrounding the marketing of such products to youth.
A Duke University researcher became a whistleblower when suspecting that a colleague’s research results were skewed. The case became a reminder as to how often data is manipulated, why researchers may feel pressured to include false data, and why research integrity is crucial.