This blog showcases the discovery that happens at Virginia Tech.
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.
He was recognized for his service as editor-in-chief of the top-tier Journal of Travel Research; his participation on the Travel and Tourism Research Association’s board of directors, including service as past president; and his extensive research record.
Free tours of the new facility — located at Kentland Farm, 5250 Whitethorn Road, Blacksburg — are being held immediately following the 11:45 a.m. ribbon cutting on Friday, July 17.
Professor Barry Goodell joins researchers from across the world who plan to mimic the chemistry of the brown rot fungus to improve biorefining processes.
Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership researchers with Virginia Tech helped test sensor technology designed to detect manned aircraft at busy airports.
A new design for quieter wind-turbine blades was inspired by owls' remarkable ability to fly silently through the air.
Neurobiologist Kendra Sewall received a grant to study the sweet spot of optimum social interaction in birds, which can also be applied to humans.
The team will travel to Salt Lake City, Utah, in November for the national competition.
Cavitation bubbles can kill fish and damage boat propellers. Learning more about them could harness that power for industrial uses, like safer cleaning processes.
For the past two decades at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Harald Sontheimer has led several major programs, including the Civitan International Research Center on Intellectual Disabilities and the world’s first Center for Glial Biology in Medicine.
Virginia Tech’s ranking came as a result of the 23 patents that it received in 2014 through Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties Inc.
President Timothy D. Sands explains how research in the commonwealth, along with Virginia Tech's international agriculture work, helps feed the world's billions.
The assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering is a recipient of a 2015 Young Investigator Program award.
Kevin Heaslip will be responsible for supporting faculty and administration in Blacksburg and in the National Capital Region to identify opportunities, coordinate and develop proposals, and secure large research grants and contracts.