A proof-of-concept created by a collaboration between Virginia Tech and MOVA Technologies has resulted in a ground-breaking filter that can capture gasses while allowing them to be recycled and reused.
A recent study from the Virginia Tech Department of Biological Sciences shows that the negative effects from climate change on clear water lakes can be mitigated by limiting nutrient pollution from land development in clear-water lakes.
A Virginia Cooperative Extension project to address access to healthy food and a College of Engineering program that adds hands-on learning to Appalachian middle schools will be featured at the Oct. 15 virtual discussion.
“Touching it has the potential to cause a painful reaction,” said Eric Day, the manager of Insect ID Lab in the Department of Entomology. “The hairs on the caterpillar are really venomous spines. It’s best to know what they look like and stay away.”
Reiter, who also serves as an associate professor in the School of Plant and Environmental Resources, has an extensive background in the soil and nutrient management areas on the agronomically important and environmentally sensitive Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Despite program disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic, interest in studying abroad remains strong among Virginia Tech students. The Global Education Office's annual Study Abroad Week moved virtually this year and saw nearly 600 attend, including younger students planning future abroad experiences.
In a new film tied to the annual release of the Global Agricultural Productivity Report, “Agricultural Productivity in a Time of Pandemics,” Virginia Tech Executive Vice President and Provost Cyril Clarke discusses the linkages between human, animal, and environmental health — a concept known as One Health.
After recently receiving a grant from the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation, Pablo Sobrado and researchers from the University of Missouri are gearing up to uncover the inner workings of flavoenzymes, an up-and-coming enzyme family that shows some promise for the improvement of human health.
Throughout the month of October, youth from across the country will use their knowledge, creativity, and innovation in learning about STEM topics during the 13th annual 4-H STEM Challenge. This year’s challenge, Mars Base Camp, will explore the theme of sending humans on a mission to Mars.
Virginia Tech launched this new interdisciplinary doctoral program in 2018. The first, second, and third cohort are made up of impressive students from diverse backgrounds with extensive research experience, and the program is now recruiting for its fourth cohort.
The Virginia Tech herd of horses often seen from passersby on US-460 will be auctioning several off several horses at the 2020 Online Horse Auction, building on the popular online bidding format from previous years.
Maintaining strong physical distancing, donning face coverings, and bringing with them an enduring Ut Prosim spirit, cadets helped locate, carry, process, and hand out packages to students at the War Memorial Gym package operation.