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Research Security and Open Science: A Panel Discussion About the Need for Transparency and Security in Science

On the surface principles and approaches that prioritize transparency, collaboration, and openness in scientific research might appear to contradict with the need to safeguard the privacy of…

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Taking Ut Prosim to Africa

In 2016, a safari adventure among family and friends led to a group of Virginia Tech faculty, students, and alumni starting a nonprofit organization to build a school in Tanzania. Today, the Maasai…

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Ipek Eroglu Dissertation Defense (In-Person Pamplin 1028 or Zoom Below)

Zoom Recording ID: 85094007561 UUID: 8U7QuRAhQmG99xaWdQ/HEw== Meeting Time: 2023-06-29 03:40:36pmGMT

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Nicholas J. Brown Dissertation Defense May 8, 2023

Nicholas J. Brown's Dissertation Defense for BIT Ph.D. Program

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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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Understanding Food Culture Helps Us Understand Humanity

Anna Zeide, director of the Virginia Tech Food Studies Program in the Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, discusses this new program during the 2021 State of the College…

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Calling all mini pig parents!

The popularity of pet pigs is on the rise, and we want to be sure these porky pals are living their best lives. However, there are currently no objective survey tools to measure quality of…

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Introducing Virginia Tech's First Sister 2 Sister Exchange Program Participants

When Hamdah Munir and Midhat Urooj came to Virginia Tech from their universities in Pakistan during the summer, the Sister 2 Sister Exchange Program participants knew they wanted to finish their…

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E-scooters return to Virginia Tech providing opportunities for research, alternative transportation

E-scooters will soon reappear on Virginia Tech’s Blacksburg campus as a continuation of a naturalistic driving study led by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute and Ford-owned…

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Healthy Heart Study

The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech is seeking healthy Cavalier King Charles spaniels for a long-term study using specialized software and 3D echocardiogram to try…

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IPM for Plant Disease in the Home Garden and Landscape--A Hands-on Workshop Ready for Delivery to Master Gardeners, Video II

This is the second video of a three-part video series, IPM for Plant Disease in the Home Garden and Landscape, prepared by Elizabeth Bush, Extension Plant Pathologist in the Virginia Tech Plant…

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IPM for Plant Disease in the Home Garden and Landscape--A Hands-on Workshop Ready for Delivery to Master Gardeners, Video I

This is the first video of a three-part video series, IPM for Plant Disease in the Home Garden and Landscape, prepared by Elizabeth Bush, Extension Plant Pathologist in the Virginia Tech Plant…

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Outreach and International Affairs

Outreach and International Affairs fulfills the university’s global land-grant mission by building cross-sectoral partnerships, providing professional development programs, developing community…

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Study abroad - 'that moment of awe'

Donald Hempson explains why Virginia Tech values study abroad as a key component of the student experience. Photos taken by Virginia Tech students on study abroad programs.

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Students research ag in Ecuador

Virginia Tech agriculture students spent six weeks in Ecuador working with local partners to survey Andean farmers. They spoke the language, explored historic sites, and got a taste for international…

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International rotations at VTC

A good physician needs to have a worldview in this age when cultural diversity is the norm. That's why fourth-year students at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine have the opportunity…

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