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A “smart containment strategy” for COVID-19 that focuses on testing, tracing and quarantining the infected could save the U.S.
Fire ants common along the Gulf Coast and in Texas are likely limiting the spread of a meat allergy carried by lone star ticks – but the invasive ants have a nasty bite of their own.
The technique, developed at UVA, replaces scalpels with sound waves to battle glioblastoma.
Three friends saw a need – and came up with a strategy to help fight COVID-19.
Chemical engineering associate professor Bryan Berger and his research collaborator are combining the power of mathematical modeling with rapid lab testing technologies to fast-track crucial answer
The integrated Translational Research Institute of Virginia, a partnership between UVA, Virginia Tech, Carilion Clinic and Inova Health System, has announced its fourth class of scholars.
Having hyper-controlling parents at age 13 predicts less support in romantic relationships by the age of 29, a lower likelihood of even being on a relationship at 32 and less academic achievement b
The genetic disease frequently leads patients to be confined to wheelchairs, but a new study suggests that exercise in the early stages may slow the disease’s progression.