The agreement allows Virginia Tech researchers to forge relationships and projects with Procter & Gamble quickly since the underlying contractual work is already completed.
Held from noon until 9 p.m. on May 4 , the annual event celebrates the work of the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology's affiliated faculty and students who blend science, engineering, art, and design.
Virginia Tech and Old Dominion University will be the first MARIA members to implement 100G channels over the research allocation. The new network will be operational by July 1, 2015.
Almost 200 students will present at the 2015 Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship Conference on Friday. The public is welcome to attend.
Experiments built by Virginia Tech College of Engineering students are slated to travel into space aboard a NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket at the space agency’s Wallops Flight Facility.
Virginia Tech scientist Kiho Lee’s research relies on finding pathways to fight disease and increase hog production.
The Design Robotics Summit brought together university and corporate guests for two days of immersion in digital design-to-robotic fabrication. The results will be presented at the May 16-19 International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
Graduate student Nina Lauharatanahirun launched a social media site with the support of Virginia Tech's Diversity Scholars Program to match young minds with scientific mentors.
Virginia Tech electrical engineering faculty member Professor Masoud Agah has developed new technology that will improve the speed and accuracy of detecting dangerous compounds.
A record 68 graduate students participated in the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine’s 26th annual Research Symposium.
Virginia Tech Assistant Professor Benjamin C. Jantzen will study how to enable machines to carry out scientific research on their own.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1997, Tranter is credited as a pioneer in the field of communications and simulation.
Virginia Tech scientist partners with Ecuadorian researchers to study nose of rare ‘Pinocchio Lizard’
Scientists re-discovered the lizard in 2005 living elusively at the tops of tall trees in the cloud forests of Ecuador — the only place in the world that it is known to exist.
A recent Virginia Tech study found that eating fatty foods for even a small amount of time can have adverse health affects.