U.Va. researchers are developing a tiny microchip that will support a new generation of ultra-small wearable health care monitoring devices, powered only by the energy it harvests from body heat, motion or sunlight.
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A University of Virginia chemical engineering professor is developing a unique way of growing cells in his quest to repair the damage done by spinal cord injuries and neuromuscular disease.
February 11, 2015
One of the advantages of studying at a larger school is that students usually can find others who share their interests – even if those interests involve playing ice hockey in a Southern town.
September 10, 2014
Alumna and longtime faculty member Elizabeth Meyer is eager to get started in guiding the School of Architecture to its next phase. She recently took time to discuss her vision as the new dean of the school.