The research provides important insight into B-cell leukemia, the causes of which are poorly understood, and could lead to new and better treatments.
Classroom programs designed to improve elementary school students’ social and emotional skills can also increase reading and math achievement, the U.Va.-led study finds.
University of Virginia professor and historian Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy, who holds dual citizenship in the U.S. and U.K., offers a rare perspective on America’s Revolutionary War.
A potentially harmful racial bias appears in middle childhood, a U.Va. study has determined.
U.Va. researchers working in Bangladesh determined that the more days infants suffered fever, the worse they performed on developmental tests at 12 and 24 months.
Bruce Holsinger’s first novel follows a mysterious – and potentially dangerous – manuscript from London alleys to the outskirts of the city to the royal court, as protagonist John Gower attempts to track it down.
U.Va. astronomer Nitya Kallivayalil and colleagues have measured the rotation rate of the Large Magellanic Cloud.
A U.Va. team has found a potential treatment for a skin condition that affects millions worldwide, including U.S. troops – and the good news is that it is an existing drug used to treat arthritis.
A mathematician who untangles knotty mathematical problems is a new Sloan Research Fellow.
U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan honored more than 100 published professors and faculty at her annual Faculty Authors Reception on Tuesday.