Engineering professor Robert Kelly and his team study the impact of corrosion on airplane parts, nuclear storage facilities and even the Pentagon 9-11 Memorial to improve their design, construction and longevity. more >
Seeking to blend in six newcomers and build team chemistry, the UVA men’s basketball team took a 10-day journey through Spain that was more memorable for what happened off the court than on it. more >
A new app called Doctor2U – described as “Uber for doctors” – guarantees an in-home visit within an hour. Services include elder and pediatric care, and business is booming. (And they’re hiring!) more >
A biomechanical engineers’ study of the muscles of high-performance sprinters shows that, yes, they are different. But most of that comes from training. more >
UVA’s Grounds come to life this weekend with the arrival of the Class of 2020 (and most of the rest of the student body). Check out some of the activities that will welcome new and returning students and kick-start the fall semester. more >
Amid the nation’s rising opioid epidemic, research from a Batten School professor suggests official counts underestimate the number of overdose deaths that involve opioids by up to 50 percent due to incomplete death certificate data. more >
Tools developed at UVA’s Curry School of Education to measure the quality of teacher-student interactions in U.S. classrooms are proving to be useful around the world. more >