This blog showcases the discovery that happens at Virginia Tech.
In collaboration with MASS Design Group, Autodesk, and Rudabega, Virginia Tech’s Center for Design Research developed and constructed the MASS Lo-Fab Pavilion in Boston.
The Department of Psychology's Clinical Science doctoral program has received accreditation from the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System, a relatively new accrediting body.
Fisheries graduate student Katherina Gieder created a model to help land managers protect the threatened piping plover, a tiny shorebird, against habitat damage and predation by red foxes.
The summer 2015 edition of Virginia Tech Magazine is available now in print and online.
Kimberly Soto-Alvarado has spent her summer depleting human cells of nutrients to determine the point at which a cell’s environment changes enough to trigger mutations.
Alan J. Brown, a professor in the Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, earned the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers' William H. Webb Medal for his outstanding contributions to education in naval architecture, marine, and ocean engineering.
Associate Professor Kathleen Alexander and postdoctoral associate Sarah Jobbins used a common intestinal bacteria to evaluate antibiotic resistance exposure among humans, domestic animals, and wildlife in northern Botswana.
A new technology, improving the efficiency of the studies in epigenomics, is the subject of a Nature Methods journal article by Chang Lu and Zhenning Cao of Virginia Tech and Kai Tan, Changya Chen and Bing He of the University of Iowa.
Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership researchers with Virginia Tech helped test sensor technology designed to detect potentially disruptive activities along energy pipeline routes.
Student Keely O’Keefe interviewed mothers in Madagascar about diet diversity, which foods they view as healthy or unhealthy, food security, and access to markets, crops, and livestock. Then she weighed and measured each mother and one of her children.
A Virginia Tech geoscientist is part of an international team writing in the journal Nature about how early life coincided with changes in oxygen levels.
The Virginia Ag Expo is Aug. 6 in Locust Grove, Virginia. More than 150 exhibitors and sponsors will be showcasing the latest equipment, technology, goods, and services.
Robert J. Bodnar was elected as an Honorary Fellow for his contributions in the field of fluid inclusion studies in Earth and planetary sciences.
An international team of scientists, led by a Virginia Tech researcher, determined that the number of chromosomes in a cell may be a key to understanding how cancer forms and progresses.
According to the Center for World University Rankings, Virginia Tech rose to No. 256 in the world among more than 25,000 degree-granting institutions.
Virginia Tech celebrated the grand opening of its new Dairy Science Complex – Kentland Farm.
Researchers were investigating the potential of unmanned aircraft for the delivery of pharmaceuticals and other medical supplies in rural areas, where transportation challenges often get in the way of health care.
Forget the Vulcan mind-meld of the Star Trek generation — as far as mind control techniques go, bacteria is the next frontier.
Virginia Tech has received authorization for research flights of unmanned aircraft that will deliver medications to a health fair on Friday.
The biggest differences between low and high scores came from individuals not consuming enough water, consuming too many calories from beverages, and not consuming enough fluid overall.