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The first event of its kind hosted by the White House, the workshop brings together experts and stakeholders from industry, academia, and government.
The emotional stress and exhaustion that may result from such expectations has a negative effect on the individual’s well-being and, ultimately, job performance, says William Becker, associate professor of management in the Pamplin College of Business.
The team is trying to determine whether pseudopregnancy — the term for when a nonpregnant female produces hormones similar to those of a pregnant female — occurs in black bears.
Controlling pests through natural means pays off big in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, a 10-year study shows.
Mountain was presented the 2016 Robert O.Hermann Ph.D. Dissertation Award and the AARP Public Policy Institute's Financial Services and the Older Consumer Award, both from the American Council on Consumer Interests.
Kris Wernstedt will spend 10 months teaching and conducting research on solid waste practices at Ardhi University in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s commercial capital.
The National Science Foundation is providing $2 million to support the creation of a new curriculum model to prepare a diverse range of students to become adaptive engineers ready to solve 21st-century problems.
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientist honored with Heart Rhythm Society Clinical Research Award
He will use the award funds to study, in a rodent model, how the composition of fluids administered to patients who have suffered cardiac arrest or myocardial infarction affects whether or not they survive and how well they recover from the event.
For Wenrick, this summer program has been beneficial in figuring out a future career path.
New molecular mechanism suggests that people with obesity or insulin resistance may more easily accumulate fat
A team of researchers led by a Virginia Tech nutrition scientist discovered that the formation and expansion of fat cells was associated with an increase in autophagy – a normal physiological process in which cells remodel, break down, or recycle cell parts.
Allison Moser, one of six Virginia Tech students serving as a fellow this summer, is researching cottontail rabbits in the North Carolina highlands.