UVA biomedical engineers and physicians have earned a role in a national initiative to develop technologies for manufacturing human tissues and organs.
One day soon, secure Internet connections will be available through LED lights thanks to a new technology called Li-Fi.
For inventing a product to protect farm workers and consumers from pesticide residue on produce, engineering students have earned national acclaim.
Materials Science & Engineering Prof. John Scully and students research lead corrosion prevention, hoping Flint-like catastrophes are avoided.
Alumnus-turned-professor’s research advances knowledge of atomic-scale energy transport and could revolutionize the way we power devices and systems.
With a $5.9 million grant, Prof. Jack Davidson applies genetic engineering principles to make U.S. defense systems safe from cyber criminals.
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Of undergraduate students are women compared to the national average of only 19%
Of 744 total on-Grounds graduate students are in a Ph.D. program
$ 70 K
Median salary for Class of 2016 graduates, with a highest recorded offer of $128,000
$ 49 M
In sponsored research awards across all UVA research focus areas