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Johnsongrass can rapidly adapt to changes in climate, soil, surrounding organisms, and agriculture in ways not previously observed in other plants, making it an important model system to explore the underpinnings of weediness.
“The system is slowly improving. The more the residents use the water, the faster the system will heal, says Virginia Tech Professor Marc Edwards.
Virginia Tech researchers present a new computational algorithm called PathLinker that automatically reconstructs signaling pathways from a background network of molecular interactions.
The initiative will include the expertise and resources of nearly 30 Virginia Tech faculty members from four colleges, who will collaborate on promising, innovative projects.
The College on Problems of Drug Dependence selected Warren Bickel as the 2016 recipient of the Nathan B. Eddy Award.
Paleontologists at Virginia Tech have found that muscle-scarred fossil leg bones of a 240-million-year old animal may shine new light on a large unknown: How early dinosaurs grew from hatchlings to adults.
Researchers are turning to computational modeling in an effort to better understand when and where the tomato leafminer will appear next.
Virginia Tech will have 17 student representatives at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research this week at the University of North Carolina Asheville.
Betzig, along with Stefan Hell and William Moerner, won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2014 for super-resolved fluorescence microscopy, which allows scientists to take images of cells with unprecedented detail.
More than 140 people gathered in Arlington, Virginia, to discuss the university’s plan for continuous innovation.