contents | summer 2009
Advanced Experimental Thermofluid Engineering Research Laboratory builds tools to diagnose, treat heart disease
There are no views of well-known District of Columbia landmarks from boundary markers placed more than 200 years ago.
Scientists are learning how to make some of the everyday fruits we eat even more nutritious.
What caused the financial industry meltdown and why is it so widespread? Researchers will be exploring the issue for years to come.
Polysaccharides from natural sources can make drugs more bioavailable – so they are soluble, can enter the bloodstream, and go where they are needed with fewer side effects and waste.
Researchers develop blue-ribbon daylily with Hokie colors
Just in time for the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin, scientists have uncovered more clues about the pace at which life evolved.