May 17, 2006 — The small submarine descends from the brilliant blue surface of the Gulf of Mexico toward the seafloor thousands of feet below. Inside are a pilot and a few researchers, including Bill Gilhooly, a University of Virginia graduate student. At 500 feet the sea goes completely black.
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May 10, 2006
May 10, 2006 — New research calls into question the linkage between major Atlantic hurricanes and global warming. That is one of the conclusions from a University of Virginia study to appear in the May 10, 2006 issue of the journal Geophysical Research Letters.
April 06, 2006
April 6, 2006 — A pair of supermassive black holes in the distant universe are intertwined and spiraling toward a merger that will create a single super-supermassive black hole capable of swallowing billions of stars, according to a new study by astronomers at the University of Virginia, Bonn Univer
March 17, 2006
March 17, 2006 — “Environment, Conservation and Culture” is the theme of an upcoming lecture series at the University of Virginia sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies. The series highlights U.Va.
March 01, 2006
University of Virginia Study Finds Commitment to Marriage, Emotional Engagement Key to Wives Happiness
March 1, 2006 — A study by University of Virginia sociologists W. Bradford Wilcox and Steven L. Nock finds that the single most important factor in women’s marital happiness is the level of their husbands’ emotional engagement — not money, the division of household chores or other factors.
February 12, 2006
February 12, 2006 — The 36th Annual Llewellyn G. Hoxton Public Lecture will feature Harvard physics professor and University of Virginia alumnus Chris Stubbs on "The Accelerating Universe: Why You Should Worry," Thursday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chemistry Building Auditorium, Room 402.