Smaller, faster, lighter, cheaper" – that's the mantra of University of Virginia biochemist and fledgling engineer James Landers.
The "eye in the sky" has become a major part of research for segments of the scientific community. But how should it be trained?
On Grounds, like most of the Eastern Seaboard, it's been really cold the past few days. Can't-feel-my-face cold. Run-not-walk-in-the-parking-lot cold.
In the midst of intense national scrutiny of gender equality and sexual harassment in the workplace, one University of Virginia economist's work offers a glimpse of a solution.
Since the 2009 discovery of a highly energy-efficient class of solar cell materials known as HOIPs – hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites – researchers have been working to understand exactly how these promising materials ...
A recently discovered dwarf galaxy in the constellation Lynx may serve well as a proxy for better understanding the developing chemistry of the early universe, according to a research team that includes University of Virginia ...
Fighting coastal erosion is one of many sustainability efforts conducted by University of Virginia researchers with the Virginia Coast Reserve Long Term Ecological Research program on Virginia's Eastern Shore.
An international team of researchers has found a way to diagnose disease and predict patient outcomes simply by measuring unbelievably small changes in interactions between molecules inside the body. The simple new technique ...
Anyone who has taken high school biology knows that photosynthesis is the process by which plants convert sunlight into energy for growth.
History professor Andrew Kahrl tracks racial discrimination through the tax assessor's office.