Nov. 15, 2007 — When habitat changes, animals migrate. But how do immobile organisms like plants cope when faced with alterations to their environment? This is an increasingly important question in light of new environmental conditions brought on by global climate change.
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November 12, 2007
Nov. 12, 2007 — A new study by University of Virginia clinical psychologists has found that teens who have sex at an early age may be less inclined to exhibit delinquent behavior in early adulthood than their peers who waited until they were older to have sex.
November 12, 2007
Nov. 12, 2007 — Chemists at the University of Virginia have prepared the first uranium methylidyne molecule ever reported, despite the reactivity of uranium atoms with other molecules. This new molecule is a hydrocarbon containing a uranium-carbon triple-bond.
November 11, 2007
University of Virginia Scientists Discover Record-Breaking Hydrogen Storage Materials for Use in Fuel Cells
Nov. 9, 2007 — Scientists at the University of Virginia have discovered a new class of hydrogen storage materials that could make the storage and transportation of energy much more efficient — and affordable — through higher-performing hydrogen fuel cells.
October 18, 2007
October 18, 2007— Are you happy? Well don't try to be happier; you might become less happy. That is the gist of a multi-cultural study published this month in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
October 16, 2007
Oct. 15, 2007 — The ability to ramp up testosterone production appears to drive male dark-eyed juncos to find and win mates, but it comes with an evolutionary cost. Big fluctuations in testosterone may also cause males to lose interest in parenting their own young, scientists have learned.
October 14, 2007
Oct. 14, 2007 -- During the course of a year, Jerry Stenger, a research scientist in U.Va.’s climatology office, answers a lot of questions about weather and climate in Virginia.
October 08, 2007
Oct. 8, 2007 -- What would you do with $625,000? Kelsey Johnson would search for the conditions of the beginning of the universe. That’s exactly what she intends to do with a five-year, $625,000 grant she has won from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.
September 11, 2007
Sept. 11, 2007 -- The French Academy has awarded its prestigious Gran Prix Moron to Trinh Thuan, U.Va.
September 05, 2007
Sept. 5, 2007 — Heat is motion, and atoms are always in motion — except when they’re ultracold. Then they sit still … at least nearly.