We catch up with researchers from the UVA-based Arctic CoLab before their symposium next week to discuss the future of one of Earth’s most critical and rapidly changing regions.
A study from a UVA nursing professor finds that, despite the billions spent to support such families, Medicaid waivers offer maddeningly well-intentioned, but poorly executed support.
With a better understanding of how fish move, researchers eventually could develop faster, more efficient propulsion systems for manned and unmanned underwater vehicles.
Anthropologist Roberto Armengol and engineering doctoral student Courtney Hill have been awarded Ford Foundation Fellowships, which aim to increase the diversity of the nation’s faculties and the educational benefits of diversity and inclusion.
University of Virginia researchers examine flora on a South Dakota reservation and teach environmental science and activism courses for local students.
UVA’s David L. Driscoll is heading up a five-university consortium to support community service boards throughout Virginia working to prevent, treat and manage opioid-use disorders.
UVA biologists have observed a cellular behavior never noticed in 150 years of research.
A Virginia wildflower is providing clues to what happens when a plant species adapts to a changing climate.