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The Discovery Analytics Center and a Virginia-based defense company are working together on software that can predict and adapt to an intelligence analyst's needs.
The Virginia Tech Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership and Project Wing are researching the use of unmanned aerial vehicles to deliver food.
Virginia Tech partners with Nordic universities to host first international precision neuroscience conference
The conference, set for Oct. 5-7, will bring together neuroscientists, clinicians, and national health science leaders from the National Institutes of Health, and thought leaders from the pharmaceutical industry in the United States and Nordic nations, including Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.
The team, consisting of researchers from the Boyce Thompson Institute and Virginia Tech, identified a new receptor in tomato plants that triggers defenses against a bacterial attack.
More than 80 faculty members from multiple colleges and institutes are involved in the initiative, as the university ties new assets into existing programs and research facilities.
Virginia Tech scientists are working to pinpoint why people with diabetes are prone to developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Becker’s research interests include work emotion, turnover, organizational neuroscience, and leadership. His latest study, regarding employer expectations about after-hours emails, has been widely reported in the media.
Virginia Tech, Carilion Clinic partnership, athletics facilities improvements highlight board of visitors meeting
The board also approved resolutions for campus improvements to the Upper Quad.
In efforts to safely introduce more unmanned aircraft into the nation’s skies, Virginia Tech researchers and scientists from Brigham Young University have equipped an unmanned aircraft with a newly designed radar system and optical video cameras.
A Virginia Tech study suggests that limiting tackling drills in youth football practices could significantly reduce players’ exposure to serious head impacts.
The doctoral program is the Virginia Tech Graduate School’s largest interdisciplinary program, with more than 200 members of Virginia Tech’s Faculty of Health Sciences teaching and mentoring the students.