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To celebrate the achievements of UVA faculty, the VPR is launching new Research Achievement Awa
The $3,000 awards recognize top research, plus mentorship, collaboration and pubic impact. But hurry – nominations are due Dec. 2.
Two leading researchers on youth development at UVA break down how our understanding of adolescence has evolved over the past decade and what today’s teens need most from the adults in their lives.
Jay Hertel, a kinesiology professor in the Curry School of Education and Human Development, believes data from wearable sensors can help athletes immensely from an injury prevention and recovery st
Natural gas is abundant and burns more cleanly than gasoline. But it burns hot. A UVA engineer is developing metals to withstand the heat.
The new technique allows researchers to more easily sort genes’ immediate effects from the complex chain reactions that follow. One possible application: more effective testing for new drugs.
The findings improve doctors’ understanding of abnormal, often deadly thickening of the heart and could help them predict patients’ risk of sudden cardiac death and heart failure.
Haiti’s importance to modern democracy is pretty widely understood among academics, but most Americans only know a single – negative – perspective and little of its rich history.