Two federal research grants, worth $3.5 million, will help U.Va. researchers develop models to predict changes to coastal zones, home to nearly half of the world’s population.
U.Va. student Russell Bogue reflects upon spending the summer between his second and third years in Taipei, Taiwan, surveying the political views of university students, the island nation’s future leaders.
Doctors will use focused ultrasound to destroy fibroadenomas, which are harmless and non-cancerous lumps in the breast. If successful, they ultimately hope to use the technology on more dangerous tumors.
Milani, professor of Persian literature and women’s studies, won awards for her translations of the work of Simin Behbahani, who died Tuesday. The courageous poet was an inspiration for Milani and many of her compatriots, inside and outside Iran.
A 105-foot research tower has been built at U.Va.’s Mountain Lake Biological Station as part of a $430 million National Science Foundation ecological observatory that will monitor conditions from the Arctic to the tropics.
An online project via the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities promises to transform historical research.
The more people who attend your wedding and the fewer relationships you had prior to marriage, the more likely you are to report a high-quality marriage.
Ph.D. nursing student Rebecca Coffin is researching the health care given in what she calls "incarceration camps," where Japanese-Americans were held during World War II.
A University of Virginia undergraduate history major found that, unlike Protestants, American Catholics remained united as a church during the American Civil War, though individual churches supported their combatants.
The causes of diarrhea, the second-leading cause of death in children younger than 5 worldwide, are more complex than previously understood, according to U.Va. medical researchers, whose improved diagnostic testing led to new insights.