UVA Today publishes hundreds of stories each year. Below, check out at just a few of our favorites, from research you can use to insider tours of beloved spots on Grounds.

What if we had a vaccine that would work for any COVID-19 variants that might pop up – and even for some coronaviruses that cause the common cold? UVA and Virginia Tech scientists are working on it.
Writing for The Conversation, UVA pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Debbie-Ann Shirley answers some of the most common questions about COVID-19 vaccination for adolescents.
Sunlight, exercise and a good diet are the prescription for making it to the end of May, when President Biden says the United States will have enough vaccine doses for every adult in the country.
More than 20 years after serving the country prevented him from finishing his master’s degree, Steve Milone is back at UVA – alongside his two children.
Inspired by his daughter and many others, Pelphrey has become one of the nation’s leading autism researchers and an adviser to the federal government. He explains four key advances in understanding the disorder.
UVA photographer Sanjay Suchak wandered through the shell of Alderman Library, now emptied to prepare for the building’s major renovation.
Fifty-six negative airflow rooms that suck air in rather than out. A new fan on the roof. And plans, years in the making, scrapped to fight a pandemic. Here’s how UVA Health transformed its nearly complete new tower into a COVID-19 ward.
An antioxidant produced during exercise may prevent or reduce the severity of acute respiratory distress syndrome. It may also offer a pathway to a new treatment.