What factors influence trust in technologies such as self-driving vehicles? UVA researchers are trying to find out.
UVA researchers are conquering a decades-old bottleneck in processing power by redesigning computers to work more like the brain.
First-year students in Patricia Sullivan’s “Writing as/and Technology” course gain new appreciation for old methods and explore communication in the digital age.
Researchers from the University of Virginia have found a promising way to pique adolescents’ interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics: their parents.
Supporters of online learning say technology is helping to keep them engaged and giving them a better education, but does this set the stage for the end of face-to-face learning?
Graduates interested in tech will certainly need practical knowledge, but many will also need abstract theory.