Many terrific, game-changing discoveries and inventions have emanated over the years from the University of Virginia’s creative faculty, so it’s hard to name them all. From brain research to particle physics, from new ways to understand the cosmos to developing innovative treatments for disease and medical devices, UVA has done it all – and is doing more.
The goal of a new UVA center is to bring together engineers and medical professionals to create innovative medicines, treatments and technologies.
Batten’s new National Security Policy Center is helping other nations understand how the Trump administration’s foreign policies might affect them.
The endowment backs ideas that enhance teaching, scholarship and research, allow faculty and students to work closely together while engaging in hands-on learning, and enable the University to make an impact locally, nationally and globally.
Chemistry professor and 2017 Edlich-Henderson Innovator of the Year Brooks Pate explains why scientific research is both a privilege and a vital civic duty.
UVA's School of Medicine’s efforts to improve the human condition through groundbreaking biomedical research have been rewarded with a dramatic increase in research funding from the National Institutes of Health.
Three of the University of Virginia’s top researchers – biochemist Ed Egelman, cardiovascular surgeon and scientist Dr. Irving Kron, and infectious disease investigator William Petri – are being recognized by the University as 2016 Distinguished Scientists.
Across Grounds, scholars have been at work on everything from developing an artificial pancreas controlled by a smartphone to creating a digital version of the fictional county where William Faulkner set many of his books.