New virtual-reality equipment in the University’s Visualization Lab is geared toward expanding research possibilities. more >
There are simple ways to prevent sudden infant death syndrome that do not involve expensive home-monitoring technology, say Dr. Rachel Moon and Dr. Fern Hauck of UVA Children’s Hospital. more >
UVA’s Fall Job and Internship Fair brought hundreds of employers to Grounds this week, ranging from small tech startups to massive, multinational companies. more >
When the Beirne Carter Center for Immunology Research was founded in 1991, the immune system’s role in cancer was highly disputed. Now, there’s a vaccine in the works for melanoma and more groundbreaking research in the pipeline. more >
Despite losing several key players, the UVA men’s basketball team is forecasted to again be among the best in the nation – a measure of respect, but no guarantee of success, coaches and players said Wednesday at a media event. more >
More than 1,800 visitors viewed a rare 400-year-old edition of Shakespeare’s plays that was on display in UVA’s Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library through Wednesday. more >
A student-driven project brings renewable energy to the University of Virginia’s Lile-Maupin first-year residence hall in the form of a solar table. more >