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Class of 2018: Graduating senior Genevieve Gural spent undergrad career learning beyond her major

Gural began her undergraduate career as a member of Hypatia, the College of Engineering's living-learning community for women.

Date: May 08, 2018
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Engineering students take lifesaving concept to market with help from university environment and donors

Starting a company as a student is no easy feat. But Virginia Tech’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and financial support from investors like Ray Zinn are emboldening students to start building their empires early.

Date: Jul 11, 2018
Virginia Tech receives Department of Defense instrumentation awards

The awards will enable the university to support research and education in autonomous underwater vehicle, submarine, and ship hydrodynamics.

Date: Jul 18, 2018
Mechanical engineer creates 3D-printed multimaterial with programmed stiffness

A new method of microscale 3D printing features in-situ resin mixing, delivery and exchange, and a robotic material cleansing system to allow switching between materials of different modulus without cross contamination between properties.

Date: Jun 14, 2018
Virginia Tech researchers create a bacteria-based drug delivery system that outperforms conventional methods

Researchers have developed a process to chemically attach nanoparticles of anti-cancer drugs onto attenuated bacteria cells, which they have shown to be more effective than the passive delivery of injections at reaching cancer sites.

Date: Dec 20, 2018
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Sea urchins may be key to developing lightweight engineered cellular materials

Studying the sea urchin is part of a $540,000 National Science Foundation grant being investigated by Ling Li.

Date: Sep 24, 2018

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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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