NASA astronaut Scott Tingle, who studied at Darden in 2015, answers all of the space travel questions you never knew you had. more >
Recent findings by UVA physicists are providing new insights to the makings of matter. more >
An aquarium fish may help researchers solve such neurological diseases as muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, autism and others. more >
The survey found that 83 percent of students who enroll in UVA’s Engineering School earn their undergraduate degrees in four years. So what’s the secret? more >
As more planets are discovered beyond our solar system, astronomers are trying to determine which ones could harbor life. A UVA Ph.D. candidate is narrowing the search. more >
Brian C. Seymour is a physics and math major whose research may help to establish a better understanding of gravity in the search for a unified theory among all the four forces in physics. more >
The Cavalier football program is employing unique data models created by engineering students, some of whom are contemplating careers in the burgeoning field of sports analytics. more >
The guide helps researchers who are mapping out the human body, molecule by molecule, avoid some potential pitfalls that could inadvertently compromise their work. more >