With the help of a new $2.5 million grant, a ‘quantum leap’ improvement in measurement is coming just as state legislatures are increasingly questioning the effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation programs.
Including a measure of breast density makes any model for predicting an individual’s risk of developing breast cancer much more accurate, according to the study.
U.Va. professor and administrator Rick Horwitz, a master of the multidisciplinary team approach to solving scientific problems, will lead the institute, created and bankrolled by Microsoft founder Paul Allen.
Marginalia, notes and other items hidden in the pages of pre-1923 books on Alderman library’s shelves will be preserved with a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources.
Thomas C. Skalak and John C. Herr were both honored for their efforts to translate their research from basic science into products that benefit society at large.
The work describes groundbreaking software to analyze X-ray diffraction data to reveal the atomic architecture of molecules essential for life.
The gains “signal a resurgence of interest in teaching in public schools as a respected and worthy career and the rising status of the teaching profession,” according to one of the study’s authors.
It may be a lot easier to sign a document with a couple of keystrokes, but if you are concerned with your credibility, you might want to use paper and an old-fashioned ballpoint pen.
Stephen Cushman published a book on Civil War writers and a book of poetry on endangered species and parts of daily life.
Researchers will seek to determine which of three second-choice drugs used to treat status epilepticus – a very severe, sometimes life-threatening seizure – is most effective.