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The finding provides hope that pollinating species may be able to rapidly adapt to environmental change and continue their essential role in helping crops to proliferate.
Researcher Hamilton Lombard says the boundaries between public and private life will not return to past norms once the pandemic ends.
An infectious diseases specialist discusses vaccine development in the midst of this pandemic.
Targeting the essential process could offer a new way to treat cancer.
UVA researchers have discovered that concussions and traumatic brain injuries, even when mild, cause swelling that blocks the brain’s ability to clean itself of harmful toxins and debris, increasin
The detectors can relay a fire warning in real time across thousands of square miles.
In a recent piece for The Conversation, Dr. Laurie Archbald-Pannone discussed signs of dementia and how to differentiate between occasional memory lapses and more serious impairment.
Voting-by-mail is a safe way to cast a ballot during the current pandemic, and does not benefit either political party, according to John Holbein of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public