A new project, Notes from Nature, is digitizing information from natural history collections, such as those at U.Va.’s Mountain Lake, for broader, easier access.
Doctors hope their discovery will help battle glioblastoma, the most common form of brain cancer in adults, which usually kills its victims within two or three years.
Two U.Va. doctors receive Hartwell awards, one to identify children at risk for chronic kidney disease, the other to improve the treatment of infections in children with cancer.
U.Va. Innovation’s latest initiative puts U.Va. among the very first institutions of higher education to use philanthropic crowdfunding to advance research.
Big Data 2, a summit for researchers and scholars at the University who use and manage big data sets, will promote awareness and collaboration on May 14.
The 10th anniversary Spring Institute in Lived Theology will result in a book that will chart both the history and possible future courses for the enterprise of lived theology.
A team of graduate and undergraduate engineering students will use some of their prize money to send their creation to a Turkish man who suggested the project, and refund the rest to United Cerebral Palsy.
A U.Va. Postdoctoral Research Day will include oral presentations by U.Va. postdocs, a professional panel discussion, keynote address, poster presentation and networking.
U.Va. researcher Jason Papin says the new computer model has the potential to help develop personalized therapies for a variety of diseases.
Three diverse, data-heavy, multi-disciplinary projects are winners of Jefferson Trust Big Data funding.