Meg Greenhalgh has created a smartphone app that helps consumers make decisions between generic and name-brand products through ingredient comparisons and user reviews. more >
UVA’s Houston Wood, an expert on gas centrifuges and nuclear proliferation, explains what the world is up against in trying to keep Iran and North Korea from developing nuclear weapons. more >
The event in Old Cabell Hall will bring UVA and Charlottesville community members together for reflection and discussion one year after the events of Aug. 11 and 12, 2017. more >
The sisters – here with middle sister Carissa, another former ’Hoo – never were teammates on Grounds, but will take the field together Saturday when the Americans open play against Ireland in London. more >
UVA is embarking on a unique project to make Julian Bond’s remarkable collection of writings and documents accessible to the world online, beginning with a crowdsourcing effort to transcribe his papers for inclusion in a digital edition. more >
The discovery raises the possibility that preventing forms of autism could be as simple as an expectant mother modifying her diet or taking custom probiotics. more >
Chesdin Harrington played in precisely zero baseball games in the spring, but he’s still making a difference at the University. more >
Gaurav Giri, an assistant professor in UVA’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Bala Mulloth, an assistant professor in UVA’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, are creating a one-of-a-kind public health product. more >