The Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology's ArtsFusion seminar on Wednesday, March 5 explores how technology can expand and break down boundaries and create new opportunities for collaboration.
New methods put forth by researchers at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute may make it increasingly possible to use an individual's genetic profile to guide medical decisions to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases -- a priority of the National Institutes of Health.
With its strong technology workforce, as well as manufacturing capacity, the commonwealth is well positioned to meet the needs of unmanned aircraft manufacturers.
Medical mistakes happen every day, even with the best doctors and nurses. One way to reduce errors is to adopt new wireless technologies such as the "smart" medicine bottle, an innovation being pioneered by Virginia Tech researchers.
Boris Vinatzer, professor of plant pathology, physiology, and weed science, has developed a naming system based on an organism's genome sequence.
Wireless@Virginia Tech is testing new technologies that will make it possible for high-speed Internet to reach more homes and businesses through a mobile testbed.