Architecture professor Karen Van Lengen has recorded the sounds of New York, transforming the city’s sonic landscape into art. Her exhibit opens at the Museum of the City of New York in early March.
Researchers at U.Va.’s School of Medicine examined how stress and obesity contribute to type-2 diabetes, and discovered a surprising process.
Politics professor John M. Owen IV compares fractures within modern Islamism to factions within political Christianity in Europe 500 years ago.
Residents of inner cities are younger, wealthier and better educated than in the past. When they decide to move out of town, though, they appear to be settling into the outer suburbs. Inner suburbs, meanwhile, are seeing higher levels of poverty.
Computer simulation expert Shane Davis is a new Sloan Research Fellow, a $50,000 award that has launched other scientists on a trajectory toward the world’s most prestigious prizes in their fields.
Researchers are attempting to boost levels of a molecule, released from muscle tissue during exercise, that can ward off a potentially deadly heart condition affecting many people with diabetes.
A Ph.D. student in U.Va.’s Center for Computer Music has discovered that songs compressed into MP3 files have ghosts. It gets even spookier – a pop hit from the 1980s holds the key.
U.Va. psychology professor David Hill operates one of the few labs in the world to study the development of taste.
The Jefferson Education Accelerator will evaluate new educational solutions and help get them into the hands of educators nationwide.
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder often show an unwavering focus on a specific interest. U.Va. researchers are finding that working that interest into reading texts can improve students’ comprehension.