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CAUS students bring "New Realities" to The Cube at Moss Arts Center

Students in Aki Ishida's thesis class displayed their works at The Cube to present new ideas on how architecture could look in the future. Using 360 degree animations on the Cyclorama, and…

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The Little Lab with Big Impact on the Virginia Wine Industry

Every fall, a small lab on the outer edge of Virginia Tech's campus prepares and ships out hundreds of harvest kits to winemakers around the state and beyond to collect grape juice which will…

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Lane Hall tells the story of Virginia Tech

In one of the first public special events to celebrate Virginia Tech's sesquicentennial, the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology partnered with the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets to…

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Researching flavors for meat alternatives to endangered fish species

Cierra James, a graduate student in the Department of Food Science and Technology, is working to analyze the compounds that give Yellowfin and Bluefin tuna their flavor. The idea is to create a…

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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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BME major Julia Wakefield found her passion through service and helping others.

Julia Wakefield, a Biomedical Engineering major in the Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics department found purpose in service and working with the local community. ENABLE, a club at Virginia Tech…

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Fightin' Hokies Lager

Brewed in collaboration between Virginia Tech’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, one of the top programs of its kind nationwide, and the international award-winning Hardywood Park…

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Brewing Class Offers Hands On Experience While Adapting To COVID 19 Protocols

Students in the Applied Malting and Brewing class get an all-encompassing look at the application of their Food Science and Technology majors during this hands-on class while adopting several new…

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Outdoor art projections illuminate Moss Arts Center

A collection of outdoor projection projects was created by teams of Virginia Tech faculty and students to bring the Moss Arts Center and its theme of “Flight and Refuge” to life. See…

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Tech on Tap: Farm-to-Glass: The Science Behind Beer

Tech on Tap took a behind the scenes look at the beer with partner Port City Brewery's quality control manager Crystal Fraley and Food Science and Technology professor Sean O'Keefe. From…

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Hahn Horticulture Garden Adds Robotic Lawnmower

The Hahn Horticulture Garden will be demoing a robotic lawnmower that will allow Horticulture students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to gain first hand experience with the future of…

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AOE3054 RemoteExperimentation

Just how do you make a hands-on laboratory experience possible? A number of faculty and research associates in the Kevin T. Crofton Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering rose to the challenge…

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The Importance of Washing Your Hands

Renee Boyer teaches the proper technique for washing your hands.

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Using proper techniques in Handwashing

Dr. Renee Boyer with the Department of Food Science and Technology, demonstrates the proper way to wash your hands to prevent the spread of illness.

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Mark Blanks on drone research at Virginia Tech

Mark Blanks, the director of the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership at Virginia Tech, talks about how drone research is constantly moving forward. Virginia Tech is working on innovative safety…

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HokieTalks: Supply chains for disaster relief operations

Chris Zobel, Professor of Business Information Technology in the Pamplin College of Business, presented during the 2019 HokieTalks. Watch his talk, "Supply Chains for Disaster Relief…

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