Does the ability to use smartphones to instantly satisfy information needs have any bearing on how much we trust those around us? New research at the University of Virginia is suggesting the answer may be “yes.” more >
Radio-wave wireless data networks have their limitations. Electrical and computer engineering professor Maite Brandt-Pearce and her former Ph.D. student, Mohammad Noshad, are marketing an alternative. more >
In today’s global economy, students who understand both the technical aspects of manufacturing and engineering and the business concepts that drive industry will stand head-and-shoulders above other job candidates. more >
After having a epiphany about computer coding on a train, then-University of Virginia computer science engineering Ph.D. candidate Kevin Scott shifted his career onto a path that eventually led to becoming the chief technology officer at Microsoft. more >
UVA engineers are among the experts the National Football League depends upon for safer equipment, and one researcher is the focus of a new video from the league. more >
Once head of a major pharmaceutical enterprise, Horst Wallrabe followed a new passion in his retirement: cell biology. more >
The U.S. Department of Transportation has selected UVA as one of 18 institutions across the country to research ways to address the transportation challenges of today and tomorrow. more >
Public policy professor and former FDA official Randall Lutter explains the scope of emerging genome-editing technology and changes in federal regulatory policy announced in the last days of the Obama administration. more >