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Lab member  Mojtaba Edalatpour shows the thermal diode developed by Boreyko's team.
Novel method of heat conduction could be a game changer for server farms and aircraft

Jonathan Boreyko's approach to thermal management uses a thermal diode, allowing for the cooling of a hot object on one side while resisting heat from entering on the opposite side.

Date: Aug 17, 2020
Wave Drinker Team
Wave Drinker team wins a spot in Waves to Water Prize

A team of graduate and undergraduate students advanced in a national competition aimed at providing fresh water, powered by the motion of large bodies of water.

Date: Aug 13, 2020
student strolling along the Drillfield on a spring day surrounded by blooming trees
Students advance sustainable change, new growth experiences in Climate Action Commitment update

Students have been key contributors in the ongoing Virginia Tech Climate Action Commitment revision process and have had the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in sustainability and invaluable professional development opportunities.

Date: Aug 10, 2020
Two nuclear engineering students using a virtual reality system (VRS-RAPID) to view a spent fuel pool at a nuclear power plant.
Virginia Tech nuclear engineering confers its first undergraduate minors

Virginia Tech's nuclear engineering program has experienced a revival in the past decade, and completed undergraduate minors are the latest fruits of its labors.

Date: Aug 07, 2020
Oumar Barry
Oumar Barry earns NSF CAREER Award to explore power line vibration monitoring by autonomous robots

This five-year, $500,000 award will fund Barry's research for a self-powered autonomous robot to prevent electric power line defects.

Date: Jul 28, 2020
Ling Li
Ling Li receives an NSF CAREER award to study the complex microstructures of biomaterials

This $520,000 five-year award will support Li’s research of how biomineralized starfish skeletons are designed and formed.

Date: Jul 24, 2020

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