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EOT138 Paper Science in Africa 2/4/14

When you think of paper science, the first thing that comes to mind is probably something along the lines of “that’s a thing?”  It definitely is, and its applications are many and varied.  In a recent undertaking, a group from NC State’s Paper Science and Engineering department is helping to change the lives of women and girls in Africa.

Finding a lawyer for minor charges can be a struggle at times.  A group here in Raleigh is taking advantage of the app-driven age we live in and trying to make it easier for all of us.  Michaela sat down with the developers.

NC State’s Go Red For Women initiative is launching on friday.  In case you’re not sure what exactly that means, Desirae has more.

Art enthusiasts of the triangle may have noticed the lack of a physical location for NC State’s Gregg Museum of Art and Design, but that doesn’t mean they’re not still providing the area with great exhibitions.  Nick has the first in this two-part story.

Listen to all this, plus national and international news from Andrew and Sydney, meteorologist Katie Costa’s forecast, Ben with sports, and a community calendar.

Nick Savage and Andrew Eichen bring you another edition of “Eye on the Triangle,” live each Tuesday at 7 p.m. on WKNC 88.1 FM and and available as a downloadable podcast.

Listen to episode 138.