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Astronaut and Physician Mae Jemison to Speak as Part of UVA Engineering’s Excellence Through Diversity Distinguished Learning Series

The University of Virginia School of Engineering Presents: The 2016-2017 Excellence Through Diversity Distinguished Learning Series Featuring Dr. Mae Jemison, Astronaut and Physician  Tuesday, September 20, […]

UVA Computer Scientists Win $1 Million in National Cybersecurity Challenge

For nearly three hours Thursday night, cyber attacks shot like precision-guided missiles into software built by a team of computer scientists from the University of Virginia […]

Double Helix: UVA Computer Science Professor Applies Genetic Engineering Principles to Cybersecurity

Instead of putting a single canary in a coal mine, why not have several, each one capable of responding to a different poisonous gas, thanks to a switch in its genetic code? That’s the basic idea behind Double Helix, a cybersecurity system that Computer Science Professor Jack Davidson and his colleagues at the University of Virginia and the University of New Mexico are developing with a $5.9 million grant for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

UVA Biomedical Engineering Professor’s Research Examines Elite Sprinters’ Muscles for Insight

As fans around the world marvel at the athletic feats performed in the 2016 Summer Olympics, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering Silvia Blemker is investigating how […]

Professor Robert Kelly Recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Corrosion Science

Materials Science and Engineering Professor Robert Kelly has been named the 2016 recipient of the H. H. Uhlig Award from the Electrochemical Society’s Corrosion Division, another […]

At UVA, Science & Engineering are a BLAST!

Eighth- and ninth-graders from across Virginia gathered at the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science in August for BLAST – the Building Leaders […]
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Double Helix: UVA Computer Science Professor Applies Genetic Engineering Principles to Cybersecurity

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NEXTGEN AIR TRAVEL

It will come as no surprise to anyone struggling to fit a carry-on bag in the overhead bin that more people than ever are traveling by […]
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PureMadi Means ‘Pure Water:’ Engineering Project Leads to Student Summer Learning in South Africa

Waterborne pathogens sicken millions of people each year in countries with limited access to clean drinking water. Through a program called PureMadi, led by Henry L. […]

NEXTGEN AIR TRAVEL

It will come as no surprise to anyone struggling to fit a carry-on bag in the overhead bin that more people than ever are traveling by plane. Assistant Professor Cody Fleming, a UVA systems engineer, is contributing to a solution that promises genuine relief for weary travelers: the Next Generation Air Transportation System.

PureMadi Means ‘Pure Water:’ Engineering Project Leads to Student Summer Learning in South Africa

Waterborne pathogens sicken millions of people each year in countries with limited access to clean drinking water. Through a program called PureMadi, led by Henry L. Kinnier Professor of Environmental Engineering James Smith, students from a range of majors have been working in South Africa in recent years, collaborating with local citizens to build water filter factories