UVA researchers have joined the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute, which will seek to develop scalable manufacturing processes for engineered tissues and organs. more >
The Board of Visitors, through its Strategic Investment Fund, is financing an initiative to create more energy-efficient materials, devices and systems with new functionality to drive modern life. more >
Evolutionary biologist Robert Cox studies the brown anole lizard to better understand how genes and hormones interact during development. more >
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 >
Alumnus James Quarles took a path from the Engineering School to vice president of Instagram. He weighs in on the company’s growth, its future, and how students can prepare themselves for work in digital commerce. 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 >