Veterinary researchers are testing whether a noninvasive type of ultrasound can assess a common complication of mitral valve disease in dogs and creating a first-of-its-kind database to serve as a reference library about patients with the disease.
In Flint, students will participate in a variety of projects, including distributing the remaining water kits to residents for testing and home-building through Habitat for Humanity.
A team of researchers including a Virginia Tech graduate student recommends ways that humans can protect freshwater from salts in the journal Science.
Amanda Morris is setting a goal to create solar energy cells for houses that can store energy for later use – when the sun is down or on a rainy day.
A research team found that a national sample of Consumer Confidence Reports fails to communicate important information due to complicated language and sophisticated data tables.
A study by Virginia Tech and the Woods Hole Research Center evaluates the impacts of a range of threats -- dam construction, mining activity, land-cover changes, and climate change -- across the entire Amazon River basin.