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A prominent international gathering of virologists is expected to bring more than 1,300 scientists from the U.S. and abroad to Virginia Tech.
It’s not too late to register for the Conference on Teaching Large Classes, to be held at Virginia Tech on Thursday, July 21.
Every moment data is created. When a member of the Flint Water Study team tests and records results from a drop of water.
T. Marshall Hahn Jr., who transformed what was primarily a white, male military college into Virginia Tech, died May 29. He was 89.
As a top-tier research university, Virginia Tech looks out beyond the campus to partner with some of the world’s top technology companies.
The Mass Spectrometry Research Incubator lets scientists peer into the very biological processes of lower organisms themselves.
Scientists at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute discovered how mutations of a gene called CASK may cause genetic disorders such as microcephaly.
The newly formed Virginia Tech Center for Soft Matter and Biological Physics has its eye on forming research projects across the university.
The Feed the Future Integrated Pest Management Innovation Lab at Virginia Tech has directed more than $11.5 million to eight projects.
A Virginia Tech professor uses the Smithsonian’s collections in his research on bioinspired sonar.
An endangered woodpecker carries wood-eating fungi into its tree cavity home that ultimately help to expand the home’s size.
Virginia Tech alumnus and recently retired head football coach Frank Beamer is the Class of 2018 class ring namesake.
With much fanfare and regalia, 41 students of the Class of 2016 graduated from the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine on May 7.
Irving Linwood Peddrew III, the first African American student to attend Virginia Tech, will receive an honorary degree on May 13.
What does it mean to be a military-service veteran in the United States? Virginia Tech will try to answer that question and more.
Beginning fall 2016, graduate students at Virginia Tech will be able to earn a graduate certificate in data analytics.
It should come as no surprise that urban areas, with impenetrable rooftops and parking lots, contribute to flooding.
Brittany Balhouse originally planned to study civil engineering, but a career fair exhibit on biomedical engineering captured her attention.
Nina Miller always did exceptionally well in school. Tests were easy, and her hyperactive lifestyle was perfect for living life on a farm.
Virginia Tech researchers observed that the polar ionosphere — southern, northern, winter, summer — is subject to a constant current.
A group of 19 Virginia Tech students and two professors recently traveled to the Dominican Republic for a service-learning project.