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May 09, 2022
As fourth-year aerospace engineering student Joshua Franklin traverses a path that may lead to becoming an astronaut, he will leave behind a legacy of promoting diversity and inclusivity across Grounds.
April 26, 2022
Five-minute “Empathy Kit” videos, created by undergraduate students in a course on neurodegenerative diseases, offer outlooks on what it is like to live with a neurological disorder.
April 21, 2022
On Virginia’s Eastern Shore, community leaders have teamed with UVA’s Environmental Resilience Institute to combat increasing climate threats and inequities.
April 06, 2022
Victoria Long Rubin, pursuing her Ph.D. in environmental science, is at the forefront of legislation that could change the landscape of tornado forecasting.
February 18, 2022
In a trend that could transform the realm of diagnosis, prevention and treatment, machine learning algorithms are being incorporated into clinical research labs across the University to more quickly identify disease patterns.
January 31, 2022
With a new grant from the NSF, a point-of-use water-treatment technology is setting out on its third generation of research and development.
December 16, 2021
A National Academy of Sciences panel chaired by UVA environmental sciences professor Scott Doney presented six possible interventions to sequester carbon dioxide in the world’s oceans.
December 13, 2021
In the popular course “How Things Work,” physics professor Chris Neu has developed “Physics Idol!,” a new method for students to demonstrate their learning, modeled after the popular performance competition TV show, “American Idol.”
December 03, 2021
Associate professor of biology and psychology Xiaorong Liu has developed a retinal imaging technique to aid in early diagnosis of glaucoma, the world’s leading cause of blindness.
November 18, 2021
With the holiday season on the horizon, UVA Today checked in with UVA’s infectious disease expert on how COVID-19 vaccinations are making this year look much different than the last.