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Virginia Tech researchers and scientists have initiated numerous COVID-19 studies and projects in an effort to support the local community and to affect humanity on a global scale.

Genevieve Gural of the DREAMS lab uses a band saw to trim the corners of a vacuum-formed mask mold. Photo: Spencer Roberts for Virginia Tech

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation (OVPRI) bolsters the research enterprise at Virginia Tech through services and support that help faculty, staff, and students plan, perform, and commercialize groundbreaking research.

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Research Expenditures

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in Nation for Research Expenditures

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