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Virginia Tech Mechanical Engineering partners with Carilion Clinic for a robotic glove

Pinhas Ben-Tzvi, a professor and researcher in mechanical engineering, is partnering with Dr. Cesar Bravo of the Carilion Clinic to develop a new tool for those who have suffered a brachial plexus…

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How to Complete Course Request

Video describes how to complete the first step of course registration, Course Request.

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Commencement marks multiple accomplishments for Virginia Tech engineering student

Dominic Pedrotty’s graduation marks the receipt of his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from the College of Engineering. It also marks achieving a goal he set before nearly losing…

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Groundbreaking marks start of construction on Innovation Campus

Virginia Tech President Tim Sands leads and Gov. Ralph Northam, campus leaders and key partners in a ceremonial groundbreaking at the Innovation Campus in Alexandria.

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Linsey Marr's rule on wearing a mask outdoors

Virginia Tech’s nationally-recognized expert in the airborne transmission of viruses, Charles P. Lunsford Professor Linsey Marr, shares her rule of thumb when it comes to wearing a mask…

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The limitations of face shields in protecting against Covid-19

Virginia Tech’s nationally-recognized expert in the airborne transmission of viruses, Charles P. Lunsford Professor Linsey Marr, explains the limitations of face shields when it comes to…

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The key to a good mask: fit and filtration

What makes a good mask? Virginia Tech’s nationally-recognized expert in the airborne transmission of viruses, Charles P. Lunsford Professor Linsey Marr explains why it comes down to fit and…

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Aerosol expert Linsey Marr on the return to mask wearing in indoor settings

Virginia Tech’s nationally-recognized expert in the airborne transmission of viruses, Charles P. Lunsford Professor Linsey Marr, shares her approach on the return to wearing masks in indoor…

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Aerosol expert Linsey Marr's take on wearing masks at outdoor activities

Virginia Tech’s nationally-recognized expert in the airborne transmission of viruses, Charles P. Lunsford Professor Linsey Marr, shares her approach on wearing a mask outdoors. Marr shared her…

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Researchers Develop Flexible, Recyclable, Self-Healing Metals

Drawing inspiration from the natural world's ability to heal, Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Michael Bartlett and his team of postdoctoral researchers, Ravi Tutika and A B M Tahidul…

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An amazing ecosystem engineer in Southwest Virginia

Faculty and students from the College of Natural Resources and Environment are gaining a better understanding of the bluehead chub and uncovering their secrets just may be the key to conservation…

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Virginia Tech's Design, Build, Fly student team adapts throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and uses collaboration to persevere.

The COVID-19 pandemic limited lab capacities and made gathering as a design team a big challenge. DBF or Design, Build, Fly made modifications to their process in order to still meet their goals as a…

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The Virginia Tech SBES program is preparing graduate students for an ever-changing medical industry

The Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES) is a unique multidisciplinary program that bridges the biomedical sciences, biomedical…

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Virginia Tech engineering students design novel respirator

Engineering graduate students from the DREAMS and FRITH labs design and produce a novel respirator

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Biomedical Engineering majors are impacting the health of the world

Virginia Tech Biomedical Engineers are committed to improving the human condition and the communities they serve through their unique intersection of biomedical engineering, mechanics, and science.

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JW Lee reflects on her time as a Hokie before graduation

Senior Jiayi "JW" Lee credits Virginia Tech and the Department of Computer Science for providing "unique and precious experiences" to grow into her new role as a software engineer…

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