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Antiperspirant experiment setup
Virginia Tech lab proves the concept of a natural approach to antiperspirants

The Virginia Tech Nature-Inspired Fluids and Interfaces Lab, led by Associate Professor Jonathan Boreyko, has just made a major breakthrough in the study of natural antiperspirants. The theory they have proven is that the composition of sweat is sufficient to do the work of an antiperspirant.

Date: Nov 17, 2020
Scholarship winners from the the DOE Office of Nuclear Energy's Integrated University Program
Nuclear engineering minors receive scholarships from the DOE

Three students minoring in nuclear engineering have won scholarships from the U.S. Department of Energy to further their studies in the field.

Date: Oct 07, 2020
Academy induction
College of Engineering inducts five members into the Academy of Engineering Excellence at Virginia Tech

The 2020 inductees were selected from among approximately 68,000 living Virginia Tech engineering alumni. Each academy member has made sustained contributions in engineering and/or leadership throughout illustrious careers.

Date: Sep 22, 2020
The Virginia Tech Hyperloop team
Virginia Tech Hyperloop team appears at fourth pod competition

After a year of designing and fabricating their pod, seven Hokies flew out to Los Angeles for the competition, including a recent graduate and two graduate students who served as advisors to the team.

Date: Jul 23, 2019
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Class of 2019: Doctoral student credits ‘lab family’ with accomplishments

In addition to his prodigious publishing and mentorship efforts while at Virginia Tech, Farzad Ahmadi also helped solve a notoriously difficult problem in fluid dynamics, one that many senior engineers had already given up on: How to create a cheap, durable, and passive anti-frosting surface.

Date: May 08, 2019
Kaveh Hamed and his research team at the Hybrid Dynamic Systems and Robot Locomotion Lab work to enhance agility, stability, and dexterity of four-legged robots.
Virginia Tech researchers aim to give robots bio-inspired gaits

Kaveh Hamed, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering, and his research team have worked to enhance bio-inspired locomotion in robots alongside collaborators from within the department and from other universities around the country.

Date: Sep 29, 2019

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In this ASME feature, Eurydice Kanimba talks about her journey from Rwanda to Virginia Tech and then IBM.

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