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If we slow down, can we help the planet? Environmental scientist Deborah Lawrence offers her thoughts.
While much remains unknown about how cancer patients will respond to treatment, a UVA lab’s discovery marks a major advance in doctors’ ability to predict which treatments will work best for each p
In the midst of a global pandemic, the University of Virginia is mobilizing its resources and researchers to find a test and a vaccine for COVID-19,
Organizers are urging members of the public to participate in a survey quickly so that community leaders can hear their concerns and adjust policies to take into account how people in the region ar
UVA media studies associate professor Christopher Ali believes the assumption that most people have access to the internet can have disastrous consequences, especially during a crisis.
COVID-19 rages. UVA researchers are leading a project to mitigate such pandemics.
Boosted by a philanthropic gift, UVA Health hopes to soon be able to ramp up its testing capacity to more than 500 tests per day.
Two years ago, Noah Myung and his team designed a global pandemic simulation competition for students at 15 universities that is eerily similar to what is happening now.