It wasn’t for fun. Doctors were seeking to determine why a small number of blood samples arriving at the lab were being damaged en route. What they learned could be useful in hospitals all over. more >
The six members of the Class of 2016 who earned degrees in youth and social innovation designed, improved and implemented youth programs from Charlottesville to Uganda. more >
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UVA’s Licensing and Ventures Group has an inviting new office in the heart of Charlottesville’s start-up community. more >
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What’s your favorite spot on Grounds? Choosing one could be difficult: UVA is rich in hidden nooks, secret hideaways and world-famous vistas. more >
The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies hired historian Talitha LeFlouria and anthropologist Kwame Edwin Otu, who completed the institute’s prestigious fellowship program. more >
Doctors from the UVA Health System and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC worked side-by-side to help India Johnson overcome two rare genetic diseases. more >
UVA’s third championship in the past four years was not as inevitable as it may seem after a season that included a key injury and the end of a long ACC winning streak. more >
Rita Felski is one of seven international scholars and researchers awarded Niels Bohr Professorships through a program designed to attract world-class researchers to Denmark. more >