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.
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientists have developed new imaging techniques to watch dangerous brain tumor cells respond to treatment in real time.
Sarah McDonald studies the evolutionary dynamics and pathogenesis of rotavirus, which is responsible for the deaths of as many as half a million infants and young children globally each year.
Established in 1988, the professorship is presented to faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering to recognize teaching and research excellence.
Priya is the first faculty director for materials and sustainable energy at the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science.
A team of Virginia Tech researchers discovered a way to create hydrogen fuel using corn stover – the stalks, cobs, and husks – to greatly reduce the time and money it takes to produce the zero-emissions fuel.
A new interdisciplinary research center brings biologists and engineers together to tackle technological challenges.
University and community members are invited to attend each candidate’s open forum presentation on "Research and Innovation at Virginia Tech: Vision and Strategies for the Future."
Elizabeth Tranter will be responsible for research strategic planning, analysis, benchmarking, and assessment of research initiatives, and leadership of special initiatives in support of the research strategic plan and institutional long-range plan.
Water providers may make their products easier to swallow if water quality reports contained short words and sentences, and broke information into bite-sized bullet points, charts, graphs, and visual representations.
Members of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine's soon-to-graduate class presented research projects they have been pursuing for nearly four years.
Computational biologist Michael Waterman from the University of Southern California-Dornsife will deliver the keynote address.
Researchers revealed information about how continents were generated on Earth more than 2.5 billion years ago — and how those processes have continued within the last 70 million years to profoundly affect the planet's life and climate.
The professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences and director of both the Center for Gerontology and the Institute for Society, Culture, and Environment was praised for research "that transforms a discipline."