U.Va. psychology professor Brian Nosek and an international team of researchers conducted a major review of the findings of 100 psychology studies. Less than half could be reproduced.
Alaskan-born composer Matthew Burtner transforms the sounds of his home state into lyrical compositions that are raising awareness of climate change and its effects around the globe.
U.Va. researchers have identified and imaged the structure of a key protein in human sperm, hypothesizing that it may be vital to binding sperm and egg.
Amid global stock market concerns, faculty and graduate students traveled to Richmond for a biannual research symposium with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, building partnerships among some of Virginia’s top economic minds.
With the help of an electron microscope so sensitive it had to be buried in tons of concrete to prevent vibrations, School of Medicine researcher Edward H. Egelman has finally unlocked the elusive structure of the bamboo mosaic virus.
Seth McDowell’s design studio, mcdowellespinosa, won an Architectural League Prize this summer for its futuristic visions for New York and Hong Kong that use today’s waste to create new structures for tomorrow’s cities.
Like a bone-fide historian, Ashley Spinks researched the acquisition and significance of a volume, written in French, that belonged to James Monroe.
With her aim set on a research career, Alex Berr is seeking ways to personalize treatments for a particularly deadly form of brain cancer.
Republican men and women are more likely than Democrats to say they are “very happy” in their marriages, according to a new report co-authored by University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox.
Three medical school researchers and a computer scientist have been named Distinguished Scientists by the Vice President for Research.