A future with stormier seas may bring strong changes to the biodiversity of coastal sea life. more >
The work is an important step toward being able to manipulate the microbiome – the collection of microorganisms that live on and inside us – to treat disease and improve human health. more >
Humanity’s intelligence has allowed us to rule the world, but UVA economist Anton Korinek warns that might be coming to an end. Here’s what he thinks we should do about it. more >
Since the 1970s, UVA researcher Dr. Ronald Turner and his colleagues have been purposefully infecting student volunteers with rhinoviruses, in the name of science (Turner) and picking up some extra cash (the volunteers). What has he learned? more >
UVA alumnus, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author Ron Suskind shares five areas of rapid growth and innovation in autism research and treatment at UVA. more >
Amixicile may offer an added bonus: Because of the way it works, it appears not to contribute to the growing problem of antibiotic resistance. more >
The findings of a new study found that when a picture of human eyes was placed behind a donation box, it led to a significant increase in donations. more >
A new process created by a UVA researcher and colleagues allows scientists to better understand the complexity of cancers by incorporating several mutations into cancer models at once. more >