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Provost Thanassis Rikakis at a town-hall meeting on the "destination areas" (the identification of particular areas of academic strength). Meeting took place in the Graduate Life Center multipurpose room.
Study finds researchers’ personal traits linked to interdisciplinarity, impact of scientific publications
Transdisciplinary orientation is an intrapersonal disposition that emerges over the course of one's scholarly career.
In the first in a series of tests of the research platform involving non-NASA aircraft, pilots from the six test sites recently flew 22 aircraft simultaneously.
Professor Robert Clauer and his team designed and built six autonomous data-collection stations, and installed them, piece by piece, near the geographic South Pole for initial testing.
Distinguished national leader in substance abuse research, treatment, and policy to speak at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute
Addiction scientist Kathleen T. Brady will close out the 2015-2016 season of the institute's distinguished public lecture series on Thursday
Kathleen Alexander, a veterinarian and wildlife professor, will showcase some of her research projects on Capitol Hill on April 26.
Flint water leaders Marc Edwards and Mona Hanna-Attisha named to Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2016
The list, now in its thirteenth year, recognizes the activism, innovation and achievement of the world’s most influential individuals.
Among the university's featured projects at Hannover Messe in Germany: smart buildings, soundly built bridges and spectacular sensors.
World-leading biological structure innovator to speak at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute
Sriram Subramaniam will present on, “Visualizing Biology in 3D: Why Does It Matter?” on April 21 at 5 p.m. in Roanoke.
Daniel Hindman leads research to use native Virginia tree species in cross-laminated timbers, which behave much like precast concrete in construction applications.
Since joining the veterinary college in 2012, veterinary oncologist Nick Dervisis has helped build a successful oncology service at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital .
Certain unmanned aircraft are now allowed to fly twice as high, thanks to research at Virginia Tech.
The new study will integrate multiple data sources to create a detailed portrait of the U.S. military population.
Mahajan said he plans to travel during a six-month sabbatical beginning July 1 to develop strategic collaborations.
In this four-year position, which begins July 1, Maria Belen Cassera will conduct peer review of grant applications submitted to the NIH and evaluate them for their scientific merit.
Her discussion on gene influence in brain development will take place today from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Free interactive exhibits, workshops, talks, demonstrations, and performances will be offered throughout the Moss Arts Center.
Johnsongrass can rapidly adapt to changes in climate, soil, surrounding organisms, and agriculture in ways not previously observed in other plants, making it an important model system to explore the underpinnings of weediness.
“The system is slowly improving. The more the residents use the water, the faster the system will heal, says Virginia Tech Professor Marc Edwards.
Virginia Tech researchers present a new computational algorithm called PathLinker that automatically reconstructs signaling pathways from a background network of molecular interactions.