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June 17, 2022
Virginia's new economic engine: an affordable drug hub - Radio IQ | WVTF

May 31, 2022
Has the ‘great resignation’ hit academia? - Nature

April 15, 2022
Attack of the Zombie Crabs - With Good Reason

April 8, 2022
Going with the Phlow - Pharmaceutical Commerce

April 3, 2022
VCU is reducing the cost to make COVID medications. But the funding expires this year. - The Roanoke Times

April 1, 2022
VCU is reducing the cost to make COVID medications. But the funding expires this year. - Richmond Times-Dispatch

March 9, 2022
Richmond-based pharmaceutical firm Phlow starts making medicines that are in short supply at pediatric hospitals - Richmond Times-Dispatch

March 4, 2022
Tips to help protect yourself online - MSN

March 4, 2022
Tips to help protect yourself online - Yahoo

March 4, 2022
Tips to help protect yourself online - WTVR CBS 6

March 2, 2022
‘Amelia and the Machine,’ VCU faculty builds partnership between dance and robots - The Commonwealth Times

February 24, 2022
VCU researcher receives NASA funding to study bone, muscle loss in spaceflight - The Commonwealth Times

February 19, 2022
Chandra Briggman column: Filling the nation's need for essential medicines - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 18, 2022
Women in Leadership - InterGlobix

February 15, 2022
In state of the university speech, VCU president celebrates diversity, medical center and research - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 15, 2022
Mellott Rocks Careers at VCU College of Engineering Internship and Career Fairs - Mellott News

February 3, 2022
Hoth Therapeutics Reports Its Milestones In Its Drug Development In 2021 - Bezenga

February 2, 2022
Are contact tracing apps tracking me? Not at all, say Virginia Tech researchers - Augusta Free Press

January 30, 2022
Economic healing: Petersburg aims to become pharma hub - Virginia Business

January 25, 2022
Letters to the Editor for Jan. 25, 2022: Expanding cloud access - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 30, 2021
Local coalition wins $500,000 federal grant to create pharmaceutical hub project, seeking up to $100 million more - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 17, 2021
Virginia's state legislature is a victim of ransomware attack - NPR Morning Edition

December 17, 2021
Virginia's state legislature is a victim of ransomware attack - Radio IQ

December 14, 2021
The usual way to spray medicine up your nose may not be the best - NewScientist

December 14, 2021
Two Va. projects are finalists for $100M U.S. EDA grants - Virginia Business

December 10, 2021
Virginia researchers working on face mask to kill COVID-19 virus - WAVY Channel 10

December 10, 2021
Virginia researchers working on face mask to kill COVID-19 virus - Eminetra

December 9, 2021
Virginia researchers working on face mask to kill COVID-19 virus - Fox 59

December 9, 2021
VCU researchers are working on a face mask to kill the COVID-19 virus - Community News

December 9, 2021
VCU researchers working on a face mask to kill COVID-19 virus - WRIC Channel 8 ABC

November 30, 2021
Richmond pharma company Kaléo acquired - Virginia Business

November 29, 2021
VCU plans $181M arts building, $44M data center on Broad Street - Virginia Business

November 23, 2021
Report: Universities Helping Workers and Students Upskill - Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

November 23, 2021
Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation Investing in Virginia’s Future - Independent Messenger

November 20, 2021
There’s a lot of financial aid available to women pursuing STEM careers - CNBC

November 18, 2021
Virginia's Innovation Leader Has A New Name - Yahoo Finance

November 2, 2021
Expanding access to a future in tech - The Bank of America

October 26, 2021
VCU’s Future Scientists Tour NSWCDD’s iLab - Naval Sea Systems Command

October 21, 2021
$120 Million Accelerates Access to Generic COVID-19 Antiviral - Precision Vaccinations

October 20, 2021
VCU receives $363 million in research funds; 25% increase since 2018 - Commonwealth Times

October 19, 2021
Federal pharma ingredient stockpile is under construction in Virginia - NPR Marketplace

October 18, 2021
NASA work translating to Earth-bound humans - Orthopedics this Week

October 13, 2021
New cane with camera, sensors may help visually impaired - UPI

October 11, 2021
Opinion/Editorial: Improving domestic sufficiency - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 10, 2021
Editorial: Gloves to drugs, self-sufficiency gets a jump-start in Virginia amid pandemic - Martinsville Bulletin

October 9, 2021
VCU to open SHIFT Retail Lab giving student entrepreneurs retail, office spaces - NBC12

October 9, 2021
Editorial: Gloves to drugs, self-sufficiency gets a jump-start in Virginia amid pandemic - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 7, 2021
VCU’s Shift Retail Lab will support student innovators, entrepreneurs - Augusta Free Press

October 7, 2021
Surprised again, Richmond’s Ashley Bland named state Region 1 Teacher of the Year - Richmond Free Press

October 7, 2021
How a VCU professor's research could help provide Covid-19 therapies - Biz Journals: Richmond Inno

October 7, 2021
Robotic Navigation Cane with 3D Camera Helps Visually Impaired - AZO Sensors

October 5, 2021
IEIC Welcomes Executives from Ford Motor Company, NVIDIA & Uber as New Board Members - Inside NOVA

October 4, 2021
Central Virginia to fast-track development of advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing with launch of 'cluster accelerator' - WJHG Channel 7 (NBC)

October 4, 2021
$2.5 million in seed funding goes toward new effort to develop more pharmaceutical manufacturing and research in the Richmond region - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 4, 2021
RPS Teacher of the Year Ashley Bland named Virginia Teacher of the Year for Region I - Richmond Times-Dispatch

September 30, 2021
New House bill aims to shore up US API production in response to pandemic shortages - Endpoints News

September 29, 2021
New industry announcement - Martinsville Bulletin

September 27, 2021
Richmond-area pharmaceuticals industry could benefit from national strategic reserve legislation - Richmond Times-Dispatch

September 24, 2021
University Of Bremen: Breakthrough Research: Speaking By Introducing - India Education Diary

September 24, 2021
Robotic Cane Offers Indoor Navigation for Visually Impaired Users - Inside GNSS

September 17, 2021
La robótica lleva el bastón blanco al siglo XXI - Saludiario

September 17, 2021
Η ρομποτική φέρνει το λευκό μπαστούνι στον 21ο αιώνα - Iatronet

September 17, 2021
Researchers develop 'robo-cane' that may improve navigation for the blind - UPI

September 17, 2021
Pleasants Lane Elementary gets a new playground for students and community fun - The Petersburg Progress-Index

September 17, 2021
Robotics Bring the White Cane Into the 21st Century - HealthDay

September 16, 2021
The Classic Walking Cane Gets A Robotic Upgrade - Screen Rant

September 11, 2021
New Robotic Cane Can Offer Blind And Visually Impaired Users New Way To Navigate - Technology Times

September 9, 2021
The Office for Inclusion and Diversity welcomes six new colleagues - Virginia Tech

September 8, 2021
NIH-funded modern “white cane” brings navigation assistance to the 21st century - News Wise

September 1, 2021
Code Beats: Alexandria Nonprofit Teaches Computer Coding for Free - The Zebra

August 29, 2021
The 2021 Power List - Virginia Business

August 27, 2021
New Kent father expands coffee shops in Sentara hospitals after son’s heart transplant - Inside Business

August 26, 2021
Here's why you should be using an air purifier—stat - USA Today

August 26, 2021
The pandemic made internships hypercompetitive - CNBC

August 26, 2021
A new type of healing, supported by Apple - Apple Newsroom

August 13, 2021
Startup launches drone attachment for power line maintenance - Richmond BizSense

August 13, 2021
Brain Implants Will Arrive Sooner Than You Think. What Does That Mean, Exactly? - Built in

August 12, 2021
Making the most of university tech talent - CIO

August 12, 2021
Two pharmaceutical manufacturing plants planned for Petersburg - Richmond Times-Dispatch

August 8, 2021
Getting to know: Garrett Westlake - RTD

August 5, 2021
Wildfire smoke affecting your area? Here's how to improve your home's air quality - AZ Central

August 5, 2021
Wildfire smoke affecting your area? Here's how to improve your home's air quality - USA Today

July 30, 2021
Going with the Phlow - Virginia Business

July 16, 2021
Citizen Scientists Map Extreme Heat In Richmond, Virginia Cities - VPM

July 15, 2021
ORAU awards 35 research grants totaling $175,000 to junior faculty at its member universities - Oak Ridger

July 13, 2021
Classical Cohesion - Style Weekly

July 13, 2021
Researcher’s $2.1M grant renewal will further our understanding of how diseases develop - Research & Development World

July 1, 2021
Woodson memorial scholarship created - Farmville Herald

July 1, 2021
First Immortal Cell Line Cultured for Reef-Building Corals - The Scientist

June 29, 2021
VCU engineering will expand offerings to minority communities thanks to $1 million grant from Bank of America - Richmond Times-Dispatch

June 25, 2021
RPS’ first full graduation since COVID-19 brings smiles, cheers and joy at The Diamond - Richmond Free Press

June 23, 2021
Community garden helps Richmond students grow - WTVR CBS6

June 21, 2021
Manufacturing: The Jobs Multiplier - Business Facilities

June 18, 2021
New playground in Petersburg made possible by a large donation - WWBT NBC Channel 12

June 18, 2021
Pleasants Lane Elementary in Petersburg gets donation for new playground - WRIC Channel 8 ABC

June 8, 2021
CMO Selkirk blueprints $90M factory to help bring injectable drug manufacturing stateside - Fierce Pharma

June 3, 2021
The best of times? Year of pandemic and civil strife also saw transformative giving - Virginia Business

May 31, 2021
Petersburg grows pharma manufacturing hub - Virginia Business

May 25, 2021
The Pitch: Advertising and marketing news for 5.25.21 - Richmond BizSense

May 25, 2021
Clarkson University Awarded National Science Foundation Research Grant to Improve Software Engineering Course Projects - Clarkson News

May 19, 2021
Ampac announces $25M expansion of pharma manufacturing facility - Outsourced Pharma

May 14, 2021
WATCH NOW: Pipeline shutdown highlights 'everyday threats' from cyber attacks as Congress looks to act - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 13, 2021
STEM teacher Ashley Bland surprised as RPS Teacher of the Year - Richmond Free Press

May 8, 2021
Game-changer' Virginia senior scores $1.6M in scholarships, acceptance into 40 colleges - CBS 6 WTVR

May 7, 2021
Ashley Bland named RPS 2021 Teacher of the Year - ABC 8 WRIC

May 7, 2021
AMPAC Fine Chemicals Commits $25M to Expand API Plant - Powder & Bulk Solids

May 7, 2021
Eastman Buys Feed Additives Firm and Other Chemical Industry News - Powder & Bulk Solids

May 7, 2021
Franklin High senior accepted to 40 colleges, receives $1.6 million in scholarships - 10 WAVY.com

May 7, 2021
Franklin teen accepted to 40 colleges, receives $1.6 million in scholarships - WUSA 9

May 7, 2021
Franklin teen accepted to 40 colleges, receives $1.6 million in scholarships - 13News Now

May 7, 2021
Ashley Bland named 2021 RPS Teacher of the Year - NBC 12

May 6, 2021
Virginia approves nearly $900,000 in grants to aid pharmaceutical company expansion - The Center Square

May 6, 2021
Editorial: Banner week shows there are real signs of life in our local economy - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 5, 2021
Pharma venture fuels $25M expansion of AMPAC facility in Petersburg - Richmond BizSense

May 5, 2021
‘It was an injustice’: VCU students assess mental health impact after student deaths - Commonwealth Times

May 5, 2021
Hoth Therapeutics and Virginia Commonwealth University Expand Research Agreement for COVID-19 Therapeutic - Markets Insider

May 4, 2021
California biotech firm to open immune monitoring center in downtown Richmond, creating 300 jobs - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 4, 2021
Immunity research firm Aditxt to invest $31.5M in new downtown lab - Richmond BizSense

May 4, 2021
Pharmaceutical ingredients maker plans $25 million expansion at its Petersburg plant, adding 156 new jobs - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 4, 2021
Pharmaceutical ingredients maker plans $25 million expansion at its Petersburg plant, adding 156 new jobs - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 4, 2021
Keith Boswell column: A new day in Petersburg - Richmond Times-Dispatch

April 24, 2021
VCU College of Engineering, partners develop plan to strengthen emerging business cluster - Augusta Free Press

April 21, 2021
USP Targets Advanced Manufacturing For U.S.-Made Generics - Outsourced Pharma

April 21, 2021
Central Va. pharma hub strategic plan released - Virginia Business

April 11, 2021
Bladder wall micromotion measured by non-invasive ultrasound: initial results in women with and without overactive bladder. - Uro Today

April 7, 2021
VCU plans 2021 virtual commencement, departments plan in-person celebrations - Commonwealth Times

April 2, 2021
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Shift Outside the Box - PharmTech.com

March 27, 2021
For Juan Jones, life is nothing short of a miracle - Legacy News

March 18, 2021
11 children’s hospitals, startup drugmaker partner to fight pediatric drug shortages - Becker's Hospital Review

March 18, 2021
Richmond-based pharmaceutical company Phlow forms partnership to supply medicines to children's hospitals - Richmond Times-Dispatch

March 4, 2021
VCU welcomes back students taking in-person, hybrid learning classes today - 8 News ABC

March 4, 2021
College of Engineering will offer a doctoral program in computer science - Bolly Inside

March 3, 2021
College of Engineering to offer computer science doctorate program - Commonwealth Times

March 2, 2021
Rooms with a View - Style Weekly

February 26, 2021
Higher education briefs: Online classes were growing before pandemic, VCU to offer PH.D in computer science - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 25, 2021
Biden wants a review of the API supply chain. Will that parlay into an effort to 'onshore' drug manufacturing? - Endpoints News

February 25, 2021
Phlow-United States Pharmacopeia Plan Richmond, Virginia, Joint Medical Research Venture - Area Development

February 22, 2021
Phlow Corp. and USP Announce Strategic Alliance Focused on Pharmaceutical Continuous Manufacturing to Increase Supply of Essential Medicines for U.S. Patients - BioSpace

February 22, 2021
New lab space in the works for downtown Richmond as pharmaceutical development company Phlow forms strategic alliance - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 22, 2021
Researchers in a Virginia Lab Lay Groundwork for U.S.-Made Drugs - Bloomberg

February 22, 2021
‘This road is not for the weak.’ A VCU student’s path to getting a new heart - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 19, 2021
VCU student creates self-cleaning mask - WTVR CBS6

February 17, 2021
VCU to spend $7M to renovate dormitory at Broad and Belvidere - Richmond BizSense

February 17, 2021
Pharmaceutical development company Phlow closes on $20 million financing round - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 16, 2021
In the cloud: budget plan would boost computing power for research and development in region - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 15, 2021
Barbara D. Boyan column: How the light gets in: Hope after a fractured year - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 12, 2021
Taking the Shot - With Good Reason

February 11, 2021
Photos from February 11-13, 2021 edition - Richmond Free Press

February 11, 2021
In State of the University speech, VCU president Michael Rao predicts a more normal fall - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 11, 2021
SWE Announces 2021 WE Local Award Recipients - SWE

February 10, 2021
A new history of VCU explores how the growth of the university and the city of Richmond are inextricably linked - Richmond Magazine

February 10, 2021
Engineering building opens at Virginia Commonwealth University - American School & University Magazine

February 9, 2021
PHOTOS: Inside VCU Engineering’s new $93 million research building - RVA Hub

February 9, 2021
VCU unveils new $93M engineering school research building - Richmond BizSense

February 5, 2021
The Phlow of Things - Richmond Magazine

February 4, 2021
Virginia Commonwealth Shows Off New Engineering Research Building — Virtually - Spaces 4 Learning

February 4, 2021
Evelyn Louise Schechter, 1997-2021 - Loudon Now

February 4, 2021
VCU unveils new Engineering Research Building - NBC 12

February 1, 2021
SUNY Buffalo Prof. Surajit Sen, Virginia Commonwealth University Prof. Supriyo Bandyopadhyay Among Jefferson Science Fellows - India West

February 1, 2021
Lowell Thomas "Tom" Overby - Richmond Times-Dispatch

January 31, 2021
Todd P. Haymore column: GO Virginia's vision becoming a reality in central Virginia - Richmond Times-Dispatch

January 30, 2021
VCU to unveil new engineering building during virtual grand opening - NBC12

January 30, 2021
Civica to Build an Essential Medicines Manufacturing Facility in Virginia - Healthcare Packaging

January 29, 2021
National drug shortage crisis hits Covid vaccine rollout - CNBC

January 28, 2021
US backs domestic drug production - Chemical and Engineering News

January 28, 2021
Student Spotlight: Multifunctional temperature-responsive textiles - International Fiber Journal

January 27, 2021
Civica Rx to Build Essential Medicines Facility in Virginia - Emporia Independent Messenger

January 27, 2021
CivicaRx to build drug manufacturing facility in Virginia - Beckers Hospital Review

January 27, 2021
CivicaRx to build drug manufacturing facility in Virginia - Fierce Health Care

January 25, 2021
Phlow: Civica's new Petersburg-based facility will make Central Virginia a national leader - Petersburg Progress Index

January 23, 2021
$125M pharmaceutical plant to be built in Petersburg will create 200 jobs - Richmond BizSense

January 23, 2021
Civica To Create 186 Jobs With New Virginia Pharmaceutical Facility - Business facilities Magazine

January 22, 2021
$125M pharmaceutical plant to be built in Petersburg will create 200 jobs - Richmond BizSense

January 22, 2021
Kiwanis-led partnership connects students and engineers in real time - Kiwanis Magazine

January 21, 2021
$125M pharma manufacturing plant coming to Petersburg - Virginia Business

January 21, 2021
Civica announces plans to manufacture generic drugs in commonwealth - State of Reform

January 21, 2021
Proposed Pharmaceutical Plant for Petersburg Plans 180 Jobs - USA Today

January 21, 2021
Proposed pharmaceutical plant for Petersburg plans 180 jobs - Washington Post

January 15, 2021
Here's why you should be using an air purifier - stat - Reviewed.com

January 14, 2021
Chemistry in Pictures: When a liquid looks back at you - Chemistry and Engineering News

January 6, 2021
Gates Foundation Commits Additional $250 Million for Covid-19 Tests, Vaccines, and Treatments - Chronicle of Philanthropy

January 4, 2021
Frank Gupton – Revolutionizing Pharma Manufacturing From The Outside In - Life Science Leader

January 1, 2021
VCU thinks small for COVID-19 innovations - Virginia Business

December 30, 2020
Startups to Watch in 2021 - Richmond Inno

December 30, 2020
People & Places to Watch in 2021 - Richmond Magazine

December 29, 2020
The Richmond region's biggest funding stories of 2020 - Richmond Inno

December 18, 2020
Calming the Cytokine Storm of COVID - Next

December 17, 2020
mRNA technology used in COVID-19 vaccines deemed safe, has been studied for decades, expert says - Medical XPress

December 10, 2020
VCU Engineering receives $100,000 grant from Bank of America - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 10, 2020
VCU College of Engineering awarded grant to create diversity in STEM - Yahoo News

December 10, 2020
‘From K to grey’ – Bank of America donates $100K to VCU for tech talent pipeline - Virginia Business

December 6, 2020
Get to know Victor Branch, market president of Bank of America - Richmond Times Dispatch

November 29, 2020
100 People to Meet: Innovators - VA Business

November 27, 2020
Europe’s drug supply chain gets ready for a makeover - Chemical and Engineering News

November 24, 2020
Richmond-based pharmaceutical company Phlow raises $15 million in investment round - Richmond Times Dispatch

November 24, 2020
Global Perspectives From Women In Digital Forensics - Forensic Focus

November 23, 2020
The Innovators - Richmond Magazine

November 16, 2020
What's A "Biopharma CDMO"? - Outsourced Pharma

November 12, 2020
Can an air purifier help protect you from COVID-19? - USA Today

November 11, 2020
Barbara D. Boyan, Ph.D. Honored with NASS Henry Farfan Award Orthopedics - Orthopedics

November 10, 2020
What the Link Between Heat Islands and Redlining Looks Like in One Virginia City - WVTF

November 10, 2020
Texas teenager develops formula for COVID-19 drug - CGTN Denver (Central China Television)

October 28, 2020
Magic fibers: ‘smart fabrics’ can change color - Tectales

October 21, 2020
Magic fibers: Creating 'smart fabrics' that can change color - Nanowerk

October 21, 2020
VCU College of Engineering receives $1M anonymous gift - Virginia Business

October 16, 2020
US drug onshoring is more complex than Trump, Biden political pitches – experts - S&P Global

October 15, 2020
Silicon Virginia? - Leadership Connect

October 14, 2020
Covid-19 highlights need to update pharma supply chains - Chemistry World

October 12, 2020
American Institute of Chemical Engineers Names Indian Americans Ram Gupta, Kamalesh Sirkar Among New Fellows - India West

October 8, 2020
NASS reveals winners of 2020 Recognition Awards — Drs. Richard Guyer, Jeffrey Wang & more - Becker's Spine Review

October 8, 2020
RTD reporter awarded RVATech's Technology Influencer award - Richmond Times Dispatch

September 30, 2020
Who’s on your ballot? VCU launches site for students navigating November elections - Commonwealth Times

September 29, 2020
Richmond's Inno Under 25 - Richmond Inno

September 25, 2020
Being Black in the ‘ivory tower’: UGA faculty members share experiences in academia - Red and Black

September 23, 2020
International Webinar Series On “Magnetism And Material Science In Engineering” - Stars of Mysore

September 21, 2020
Bringing drug production home: how the US is rebuilding the drug supply chain after covid-19 - The BMJ

September 17, 2020
Congress and Administration Need to Reduce Dependency on Foreign Drug Supplies - Real Clear Health

September 16, 2020
Bring It Home - Pharma Manufacturing

September 15, 2020
SunDensity’s Photonic Smart Coating Technology Takes Top Prize at Luminate NY’s Finals Competition - Photonics Meida

September 10, 2020
Chemists amid coronavirus: Anton Toutov - Chemistry World

September 11, 2020
Wildfire smoke and air purifiers: Here's what you need to know - USA Today

September 3, 2020
Richmond founder uses manufacturing connections to mass produce PPE - Richmond Inno

September 1, 2020
The Resiliency of the Internet Tested - InterGlobix Magazine

September 15, 2020
World Nuclear Association appoints new Director General - World Nuclear News

September 4, 2020
Virginia Commonwealth University researchers to develop next-generation, long-lasting batteries - Progressive Engineer

August 24, 2020
"Crisis Innovators: How five Richmond startups became 'Crisis Innovators' amid Covid" - Richmond Inno

August 20, 2020
How Richmond innovators are thinking about the promise and challenges of AI - Richmond Inno

August 6, 2020
Navarro: Trump to Sign 'Buy America' Order on Medicines, Medical Equipment - NewsMax

August 19, 2020
Researcher developing potential treatment to block COVID-19 - Medical Xpress

August 14, 2020
Seven startups forge ahead with business plans through virtual Lighthouse Labs program - Richmond Times-Dispatch


How Decades of Racist Housing Policy Left Neighborhoods Sweltering - New York Times 8/24/20 | Based on research from VCU professor Stephen S. Fong, Ph.D., Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering

August 15, 2020
This Virginia drug company is revamping the pharmaceutical supply chain - CBS This Morning

August 6, 2020
VCU engineering dean named to new state innovation authority - Richmond Times Dispatch

August 3, 2020
The NAI Chapter Spotlight: Virginia Commonwealth University - Technology and Innovation

July 26, 2020
The US wants to use Covid-19 to insource drug manufacturing - Quartz

July 20, 2020
5 Operational Priorities For Pharma Companies In The Wake Of COVID-19 - Bioprocess Online

July 17, 2020
Virginia Commonwealth University researchers to develop next-generation, long-lasting batteries - Progressive Engineer

July 17, 2020
Meet Richmond’s 2020 Inno on Fire Blazer winners - Richmond Inno

July 10, 2020
Hoth Therapeutics, VCU partner on COVID-19 therapy - Science Advisory Board

July 2, 2020
A Flower-Shaped Magnetic Process Opens Doors for Energy-Efficient Memory Devices - All About Circuits

June 30, 2020
Study reveals magnetic process that can lead to more energy-efficient memory in computers - Science Daily

June 30, 2020
Study reveals magnetic process that can lead to more energy-efficient memory in computers - EurekAlert!

June 30, 2020
VCU, UCLA research could lead to better computer memory storage - Virginia Business

June 30, 2020
A step on the road to skyrmion memories - Electronics Weekly

June 30, 2020
Making a difference: Engineering students manufacture protective gear for health systems - Virginia Business

June 16, 2020
Milestones – June 16, 2020 - Henrico Citizen

June 15, 2020
Hoth Therapeutics' Scientific Advisory Board Member and Inventor of Licensed Novel Peptide COVID-19 Therapeutic, Dr. Michael Peters, Publishes White Paper - WFMZ News

June 12, 2020
Team Kilo develops lighting technology to aid stabilization and growth of NICU babies - Rochester Business Journal

June 12, 2020
LewisGale's inaugural class of residents completes training - Roanoke Times

June 10, 2020
EDITORIAL: Some things must be 'Made in the USA' - Fredericksburg Freelance Star

June 8, 2020
Osteoblasts: Always looking for a nest - Orthapaedic Research Society

June 8, 2020
As U.S. calls for stateside manufacturing, antibiotic maker Paratek gambles on 'onshoring' effort - FiercePharma

June 8, 2020
Report: U.S. companies quickly adapting to make PPE, ventilators, pharmaceuticals shows strength of domestic manufacturing - The Center Square

June 6, 2020
Petersburg set to benefit from $354M federal pharma contract - Progress-Index

June 6, 2020
Petersburg set to benefit from $354M federal pharma contract - Jackson Newspapers / Progress-Index

June 3, 2020
Developing a COVID-19 Vaccine Quickly Proving to be a Daunting Task But Progress Still Expected - OrthoSpineNews

June 3, 2020
How secure is the U.S. drug supply chain? - BioWorld

June 3, 2020
Hoth Therapeutics Inc. (HOTH) Provides Shareholder Update on Therapeutics Pipeline - StreetInsider.com

June 2, 2020
Researcher harnessing supercomputers to unpack the coronavirus' 'spike' protein - Phys.org

June 1, 2020
Trump signs deal with company in effort shift drug manufacturing to U.S. - Brinkwire

May 26, 2020
How we can avoid the next health care supply shortage — essential generic medicines - Virginia Business

May 23, 2020
Phlow contract crowns Virginia push to become 'leader in innovation' - Richmond Times Dispatch

May 23, 2020
Scientists use supercomputers to unlock secrets of coronavirus - CGTN Denver (Central China Television)

May 22, 2020
Hoth Therapeutics Announces the Appointment of Michael Peters, Ph.D. to Scientific Advisory Board - Yahoo Finance

May 21, 2020
Richmond-Petersburg to become central to U.S. critical drug manufacturing and stockpile - Richmond Free Press

May 21, 2020
Little-known Drug Manufacturer Gets Big Contract For COVID-19 Response - Pharma Voice / BioPharma Dive

May 21, 2020
VCU grad's moving message goes viral: 'It warms my heart' - WTVR CBS 6

May 21, 2020
Trump administration contracts biotech firm to make COVID-19 on US soil - Brinkwire

May 21, 2020
US Depends on China and India for COVID-19 Drugs, Trump's Administration Wants to Lessen Dependence - Latin Post

May 21, 2020
HHS-Industry Partnership to Expand US Stockpile of Essential Drug Ingredients During Pandemic - Drug Topics

May 21, 2020
How Civica helped under-the-radar Phlow nab a $354M COVID-19 manufacturing deal - FiercePharma

May 21, 2020
HHS expands U.S.-based pharmaceutical manufacturing to get drugs to hospitals faster - Healthcare Finance News

May 20, 2020
New Richmond-based pharma startup with $350M in funding eyes facility in Petersburg - Richmond BizSense

May 20, 2020
Generic Drugmaker Gets Contract to Make Covid-19 Medicines in U.S. - Wall Street Journal

May 20, 2020
Small Virginia Company Gets Huge Federal Medicines Contract - WMAL.com / AP

May 20, 2020
Small Company Receives Huge Pharmaceutical Contract - Design and Development Today / AP

May 20, 2020
Rosemary Gibson: We Will Create 100K+ ‘Good-Paying STEM Jobs’ by Bringing Drug Manufacturing Back from China - Breitbart News Tonight

May 20, 2020
Pandemic exposes need to bring some manufacturing back to US - KFDM-TV News / Sinclair Broadcasting Group

May 20, 2020
Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Phlow Expands Rapid Production of Medicines in Wake of Pandemic - Area Development

May 20, 2020
Coronavirus: US funding domestic drug production as imports ‘put national security at grave risk’, says Peter Navarro - South China Morning Post

May 20, 2020
US seeks to end dependence on other countries for pharmaceuticals - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

May 20, 2020
Trump's focus on local drugs not immediate concern: Indian pharma industry - Business Standard (India)

May 20, 2020
Federal Government – Expanding Pharmaceutical Manufacturing - DBusiness Magazine

May 20, 2020
First steps taken to reshore US medical supply chains amid coronavirus fallout - Fox 23 News / AP

May 20, 2020
Trump administration signs up new company to make COVID-19 drugs in U.S. - Regina Leader-Post/ Reuters

May 20, 2020
The Trump administration gave a drug-making contract worth up to $812 million to a small Virginia firm founded less than 6 months ago - Business Insider

May 20, 2020
Trump Admin Taps Virginia Company to Make COVID-19 Medicines - Contract Pharma

May 20, 2020
Phlow-Led Team Lands Potential $812M HHS Contract to Boost Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Capacity - GovConWire

May 20, 2020
US in Emergency Plan to Produce COVID-19 Treatments - CHEManager International

May 20, 2020
Phlow CEO Dr. Eric Edwards on federal contract to make Covid-19 drugs - CNBC.com

May 20, 2020
VCU’s Medicines for All Institute partners with industry to secure pharmaceutical supply chain - Augusta Free Press

May 20, 2020
Small Virginia company gets huge federal medicines contract - AP

May 20, 2020
The Trump administration will sign a $354 million deal with the generics company Phlow Corp to help produce medicines and ingredients to treat COVID-19 coronavirus. - Pharma File

May 20, 2020
HHS Awards Virginia Firm $354 Million to Manufacture Essential COVID-19 Medicines - FDA News

May 20, 2020
Private Company Phlow Lands $354M US Pact to Make Coronavirus Drugs - News Max

May 20, 2020
Trump signs deal with company in effort shift drug manufacturing to U.S. - NYT - NasDaq / New York Times / Reuters

May 20, 2020
Trump administration signs contract for up to $812 million with new biotech company to make coronavirus drugs on US soil - Daily Mail

May 20, 2020
Read Newsmax: Trump Administration Awards Contract to Make COVID-19 Drugs in U.S. | Newsmax.com - BioPharma Dive

May 20, 2020
Trump awards deal to company to manufacture COVID-19 drugs in U.S. - Canoe.com

May 20, 2020
Phlow Corporation awarded $354M to make essential medicines to help prevent drug shortages - WRIC/ABC8

May 20, 2020
Richmond company gets huge federal medicines contract - WRIC/ABC8

May 20, 2020
Trump Awards $354 Million Contract To Bring COVID-19 Drug Manufacturing To US - Daily Caller

May 20, 2020
Trump Administration Awards Contract to Shift Drug Manufacturing to the United States - Breitbart

May 20, 2020
Fed awarded $354 million US drug manufacturing contract to Phlow Corp as part of the effort to end America’s dependence on Chinese drugs - Tech Startups

May 20, 2020
7 things to know about startup drugmaker Phlow - Becker's Hospital Review

May 19, 2020
WATCH NOW: Richmond startup awarded $354 million federal contract to make ingredients for COVID-19 drugs - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 19, 2020
Trump administration awards contract to make COVID-19 drugs in U.S. - Yahoo! News / Reuters

May 19, 2020
5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday - CNBC.com

May 19, 2020
Small Virginia company gets huge federal medicines contract - NBC 12 / AP

May 19, 2020
Phlow Corp receives $354M federal contract to make ingredients for COVID-19 drugs - Virginia Bio

May 19, 2020
Coronavirus Daily Update: May 19th, 2020 - Ballotpedia News

May 19, 2020
Refocusing on Reshoring - Industry Week

May 19, 2020
Small Virginia company gets huge federal medicines contract - Yahoo! Finance Canada / AP

May 19, 2020
Overnight Health Care: Trump administration picks US firm to manufacture COVID-19 drugs now made overseas - The Hill

May 19, 2020
Small Virginia company gets huge federal medicines contract - WTOP / AP

May 19, 2020
Phlow Corp., a new Richmond-based pharmaceutical manufacturing company, has received a $354 million federal contract to make active ingredients for more than a dozen medicines used to treat patients w - Fredericksburg Free Lance Star

May 19, 2020
U.S. Government and Phlow Corp. Partner to Build Stockpile of APIs and Other Key Drug Ingredients - BioSpace

May 19, 2020
Phlow lands $354m government contract for COVID-19 medications - Pharma Processing World

May 19, 2020
US signs huge COVID-19 drug contract with a start-up - Chemical & Engineering News

May 19, 2020
Trump picks little-known U.S. firm to spearhead $354M pandemic drug pact - FiercePharma

May 19, 2020
Trump Awards Virginia Company Phlow $354 Million Contract to Make COVID-19 Drugs - Heavy.com

May 19, 2020
Trump administration signs up new company to make COVID-19 drugs in U.S. - Reuters

May 19, 2020
$350M Federal Contract for Richmond Firm Fighting COVID-19 - VPM

May 19, 2020
Trump Administration Reaches Deal to Manufacture Drugs, Ingredients Needed to Treat COVID-19 - NTD

May 19, 2020
Reuters Health News Summary - Dev Discourse

May 19, 2020
Phlow gets $354 mln U.S. funding to ensure drug supply amid COVID-19 pandemic - Yahoo! Finance

May 19, 2020
Phlow gets $354 mln U.S. funding to ensure drug supply amid COVID-19 pandemic - News Trust

May 19, 2020
Trump Takes ‘Historic’ Action To Move Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Out Of China, Back To U.S. - Daily Wire

May 19, 2020
US government signs $354 million generics and API manufacturing contract with Phlow - Global Pharma Insights

May 19, 2020
Trump Signs Deal With Company in Effort Shift Drug Manufacturing to U.S.: New York Times - U.S. News and World Report

May 19, 2020
Trump administration taps startup to build stockpile of key drug ingredients - NBC News

May 19, 2020
New Pharma Company Lands $354 Million Government Contract To Produce Coronavirus Drugs In The U.S. - Forbes

May 19, 2020
Richmond startup company awarded $354 million federal contract to make ingredients for COVID-19 drugs - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 19, 2020
Coronavirus update: US eyes boost to drug supply as WHO warns on vaccine optimism - Yahoo Finance (Canada)

May 19, 2020
Small Virginia Company Gets Huge Federal Medicines Contract - New York Times/AP

May 19, 2020
Trump awards deal to company to manufacture COVID-19 drugs in US - Business Recorder

May 19, 2020
Trump admin awards contract to make COVID-19 drugs in US - Aljeezra

May 19, 2020
Trump Administration Reaches Deal to Manufacture Drugs, Ingredients Needed to Treat COVID-19 - Epoch Times

May 19, 2020
Trump administration signs deal with Virginia company to manufacture COVID-19 medicines - cbsnews.com

May 19, 2020
Trump administration awards contract to make COVID-19 drugs in US - Moneycontrol

May 19, 2020
How VCU is taking on a major role in the fight against COVID-19 - WTVR

May 19, 2020
Trump to Tap New Company to Make Covid-19 Drugs in the U.S. - New York Times

May 19, 2020
Trump administration picks US firm to manufacture COVID-19 drugs now made overseas - The Hill

May 19, 2020
BRIEF-Phlow Corp Awarded $354 Million HHS/ASPR/BARDA Contract To Manufacture Essential Medicines In Shortage - Reuters

May 19, 2020
US Awards Contract to Pharmaceutical Startup to Produce COVID-19 Drugs in the United States - Industry Week

May 19, 2020
HHS announces $354M contract with Virginia-based company to make coronavirus drugs in US - Fox News

May 19, 2020
Trump Awards Contract to Company to Make Coronavirus Drugs in U.S. - National Review

May 19, 2020
Trump administration awards $350M contract to ramp up U.S. drug manufacturing - Politico

May 19, 2020
Trump to Tap New Company to Make Covid-19 Drugs in the U.S. - MSN

May 19, 2020
Trump Approves $354 Million Deal With Firm To Make COVID-19 Vaccine - New Dehli TV

May 19, 2020
Trump Awards $354 Million Contract to Company to Manufacture Covid-19 Drugs in US - News 18

May 19, 2020
Trump to tap new company to make Covid-19 drugs in US - The Business Times

May 19, 2020
Trump signs deal with company in effort shift drug manufacturing to US: NYT - Channel News Asia

May 19, 2020
Donald Trump awards deal to company to manufacture Covid-19 drugs in US - Times of India - Times of India

May 19, 2020
Trump administration awards contract to make COVID-19 drugs in U.S. | One America News Network - One America News Network

May 19, 2020
Trump administration awards contract to make COVID-19 drugs in U.S. - Investing.com

May 19, 2020
Trump awards deal to company to manufacture COVID-19 drugs in U.S. - Financial Post

May 19, 2020
Trump takes first step toward returning medical supply chains to the U.S. - Washington Post

May 19, 2020
NYT: Trump Signs $354M Deal With U.S. Pharmaceutical Company | Hamodia.com - Hamodia

May 19, 2020
Trump admin taps startup to build nation's 1st stockpile of key drug ingredients - Yahoo! News

May 15, 2020
20 Seniors Who Refuse to Let Quarantine Ruin Their Graduation - E! News

May 12, 2020
Internet Ecosystem Innovation Committee Announces Virtual Summit Series Featuring Industry Luminaries - The Central Virginian

May 3, 2020
Highlighting spring seniors: Girls' Soccer - The Winchester Star

May 1, 2020
GO Virginia approves $2.87M in grants for 13 regional projects - VA Business

May 1, 2020
GROW Capital Jobs has added $1 million for grants to help local economy deal with COVID-19 crisis - Richmond Times-Dispatch

April 14, 2020
Alternatives to traditional ventilators could be possible with a 3-D printer and a few simple tools - Tech Xplore

April 10, 2020
Lack of internet during the coronavirus - CBS 19 News

April 7, 2020
A look at some major construction projects that continue to rise around Richmond despite the world setback of COVID-19. - Style Weekly

April 5, 2020
VCU students say they’d benefit from federal stimulus check, tuition reimbursement - Commonwealth Times

March 22, 2020
Students of the Month: January - Fredericksburg Free Lance Star

March 17, 2020
VCU graduate programs get top rankings by U.S. News & World Report - NBC 12

February 26, 2020
Six Degrees Of Frank Gupton (And Continuous Manufacturing) - Outsourced Pharma

February 21, 2020
Two Virginia startups each win $7,500 in Dominion Energy Innovation Center pitch competition - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 18, 2020
Industry Leaders To Move Toward A Future With Cleaner Air And Water At FiltXPO™ International Filtration/Separation Exhibition & Technical Conference - Textile World

February 18, 2020
$1.3 million to increase computer science education in Va. schools - NBC 12

February 17, 2020
City schools to receive state grants for computer science - CBS 19 News

February 14, 2020
VCU researchers to develop next-generation, long-lasting batteries - Phys.org

February 13, 2020
Lexus Scholar-Athlete nominee profile - Fox Richmond

February 13, 2020
VCU receives $2.5M grant to extend battery life development - Virginia Business

February 4, 2020
Graduate, professional students’ ball illuminates Main St. Station with prom dresses, flowers - Commonwealth Times

February 4, 2020
Medicines for All: Revolutionizing the Global Supply Chain - Next

January 29, 2020
Second Act: From police officer to real estate agent, these retired Richmond Ballet dancers are still at work - Richmond Times-Dispatch

January 28, 2020
With a focus on students, global women’s group chapter launches in Richmond - Commonwealth Times

January 24, 2020
With sale of iconic building imminent, CIT looks to reinvent itself in Richmond - Richmond Times-Dispatch

January 22, 2020
ColonialWebb Has Announced the Promotion of Ian Handley - Bossy News

January 15, 2020
Automating Part of the Grading Process - Campus Technology

January 14, 2020
Prominent Keynote Speakers Lined Up For FiltXPO Technical Conference Info-Packed Program To Feature Experts On Seven Top Themes - Textile World

January 8, 2020
Virginia Commonwealth University: Real-World Examples and Experience (p. 48-49) - Virginia Economic Review

January 7, 2020
Medicines for everyone - The Moonshot Catalog

December 26, 2019
Assurance in artificial intelligence becomes focus of Commonwealth Cyber Initiative workshop - Augusta Free Press

December 16, 2019
Illuminatine the Physics behind Electromagnetics Concepts with Simulation Applications - IEEE Spectrum

December 16, 2019
Get to know Frank Gupton, founder/CEO of Medicines for All Institute at VCU - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 16, 2019
Discover Richmond: 2019 People of the Year - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 13, 2019
Researchers to Study Corals in Hopes of Saving Them - Eco RI News

December 10, 2019
State funding approved for cyber research nodes, including one run by VCU - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 10, 2019
Intel's CPU Flaws Continue to Create Problems for the Tech Community - Dark Reading

December 4, 2019
When The Seasons Change My Feelings Change | Pink Box - Digital America

December 3, 2019
RightEye's Parkinson's test just took a big step forward. Now it's eyeing a $15M funding round - Washington Business Journal

December 2, 2019
Student Spotlight: Droplet Mobility on Nonwoven Surfaces - International Filtration News

November 19, 2019
Grant funding for life science, bioscience projects - CBS19

November 18, 2019
VCU's Computer Science Day - VPM Science Matters

November 12, 2019
Episode 221: James Miller, Virginia Commonwealth University - Titans of Nuclear Podcast

November 12, 2019
Episode 222: Braden Goddard, Virginia Commonwealth University - Titans of Nuclear Podcast

November 12, 2019
Episode 222: Lane Carasik, Virginia Commonwealth University - Titans of Nuclear Podcast

November 12, 2019
Who shrank the drug factory? Briefcase-sized labs could transform medicine - Nature

November 8, 2019
Virginia seeks larger pipeline of computer science degrees - Washington Post

November 8, 2019
Prime opportunity: Northam signs grants for tech talent with 11 higher ed institutions - Richmond Times-Dispatch

November 7, 2019
Startup Spotlight: Kilo Medical Solutions pursues market for device to help premature infants recover faster - Richmond Times-Dispatch

November 1, 2019
Richmond gives birth to a new life sciences cluster - Greater Richmond Partnership Blog

October 31, 2019
Luiz DaSilva Named Inaugural Executive Director for Commonwealth Cyber Initiative - citybizlist

October 28, 2019
Barbara D. Boyan column: Solving the new literacy crisis - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 25, 2019
Richmond startup develops drone system to help monitor power transmission lines - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 23, 2019
VCU Rolls Out a 4,500 SF Maker Garage for Students - Venture Richmond

October 23, 2019
Sulfur pollution from coal and gas is insanely bad – but a new chemistry innovation could clean it up - The Conversation

October 21, 2019
VCU recognized for its cyber defense education - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 17, 2019
Construction milestone - University Business

October 15, 2019
VCU College of Engineering Tops Off New Engineering Research Building - VPM

October 15, 2019
Construction Milestone - Richmond Magazine

October 15, 2019
Historic Jamestowne, Hardywood Park Craft Brewery to debut historic brew in Richmond - The Virginia Gazette

October 15, 2019
RVA on Tap: Tommie the Dog brews & 400-year-old ingredients with Hardywood - RVA Magazine

October 15, 2019
New Maker Garage available to design and engineering student organizations - Commonwealth Times

October 11, 2019
Advances in Infectious Disease Research, Diagnosis, and Treatment - Biocompare

October 7, 2019
Witnesses to manufacturing's future - The Progress-Index

October 3, 2019
VCU working on drone deliveries for life-saving medicine - WFXR FOX 27

October 2, 2019
Challenger Salute: Marina Libro, Army - QL+

October 1, 2019
VCU will open nation's first pharmaceutical engineering doctorate program - Commonwealth Times

September 30, 2019
Women Engineering Leaders in Academe 2019 - SWE Magazine

September 26, 2019
Startup Spotlight: VCU students create new door design that combines a sliding door with a hinging French door - Richmond Times-Dispatch

September 26, 2019
Liberal arts degree? No degree at all? You are the perfect candidate for a tech job - CNBC.com

September 24, 2019
Former Grubbs' Auto shop reborn as VCU "Maker Garage" - Richmond BizSense

September 24, 2019
Under Construction: Snapshots of 19 of the city's most visible new developments - Style Weekly

September 24, 2019
Former students create social media platform for nonprofits - Commonwealth Times

September 16, 2019
NSF puts VCU and partners on fast track to build open network - Richmond Times-Dispatch

September 16, 2019
The Alexa of chemistry - ChemEurope.com

September 13, 2019
The "Alexa of chemistry": Researchers on fast track to build open network - Phys.org

September 12, 2019
This VCU Professor's Project Landed $1M to Create the "Alexa of Chemistry" - Richmond Inno

September 7, 2019
Goochland's Moore, a National Merit Scholar, settling in at VCU - Richmond Times-Dispatch

September 5, 2019
Beer Fundamentals - Richmond Magazine Blog

September 3, 2019
VCU's Master Plan - Richmond Magazine

September 3, 2019
Front doors to the future - Virginia Business

August 28, 2019
Researchers identify properties of cells that affect how tissue structures form - 7th Space

August 26, 2019
Researchers identify fundamental properties of cells that affect how tissue structures form - Phys.org

August 26, 2019
Properties of cells that affect how tissue structures form - Science Daily

August 21, 2019
Newsbites: Higher Education - Richmond BizSense

August 19, 2019
VCU gets grant from nuclear commission - Richmond Times-Dispatch

August 17, 2019
C. Kenneth Wright, a philanthropist who was 'one of the architects' of VCU's future, dies at 94 - Richmond Times-Dispatch

August 12, 2019
VCU has first pharmaceutical engineering PhD program - Richmond Times-Dispatch

August 12, 2019
University in Virginia starts first US pharma engineering PhD - Cleanroom Technology

August 12, 2019
VCU wins grant for nuclear engineering scholarships - Virginia Business

August 10, 2019
VCU offering first Ph.D. program in pharmaceutical engineering - Augusta Free Press

August 6, 2019
[VIDEO] New Ph.D. Program - NBC12

August 6, 2019
State approves nation's first Ph.D. program in pharmaceutical engineering at VCU - RVA Hub

August 5, 2019
VCU to play key role in the development of innovative curricula and experiential programs to expand the digital economy workforce essential to fulfilling IEIC's core mission - Yahoo! Finance

July 30, 2019
VCU Entrepreneurs Hit the Accelerator Trail to Get Their NICU Device to Market - Richmond Inno

July 19, 2019
Naloxone via drone: VCU and ambulance authority hope to deliver lifesaving drug through the air - Richmond Time-Dispatch

July 18, 2019
Startup Spotlight: OneGivv aims to become an 'all-in-one' platform for philanthropic giving - Richmond Times-Dispatch

June 29, 2019
Richmond conference gives middle school girls a crash course in STEAM - Richmond Times-Dispatch

June 28, 2019
Test Flight: Drones could soon deliver parcels, health care - Virginia Business

June 27, 2019
Column: Future of hydrogen fuel depends on emissions pricing - Reuters

June 17, 2019
VCU to begin offering five undergraduate degrees in teaching - Augusta Free Press

June 12, 2019
VCU will lead regional effort in new state cybersecurity research network - Richmond Times-Dispatch

June 12, 2019
VCU College of Engineering Crafting a Top Tech Talent Pipeline - HenricoNOW

June 10, 2019
Gov. Northam Announces Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund Award Winners - Augusta Free Press

June 7, 2019
Gov. Northam Announces Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund Award Winners - NBC29.com

May 31, 2019
"Cyber moon shot"; ready for launch - VA Business

May 30, 2019
Studies identify vaginal microbiome signatures that could help assess risk of premature birth - Augusta Free Press

May 30, 2019
Power Distribution, Inc. and the Potomac AFCOM Chapter Team Up to Deliver Intern Program that Nurtures Future Data Center Professionals - Yahoo! Finance

May 24, 2019
Season 2, Episode 3 - Arthur Chadwick - AfterEd podcast

May 24, 2019
Three Mile Island to Close, Experts Say It's a Bad Idea - Science Times

May 24, 2019
Why a New Kind of "Badge"; Stands Out From the Crowd - Chronicle of Higher Education

May 23, 2019
Founders of Dominion Payroll invest in local startup venture Tablee - Richmond Times-Dispatch

May 19, 2019
Businesses and universities team up on a new digital technology credential - Washington Post

May 19, 2019
Ivory Coast, VCU form partnership to improve access to lifesaving medicines - Progressive Engineer

May 15, 2019
Trampoline park injuries "like getting hit with a hammer," researcher says - CBS News

May 8, 2019
Caroline elementary students win big at regional solar car competition - Free Lance-Star; fredericksburg.com

May 1, 2019
Life Sciences Industry On Uptick In Virginia - Life Science Leader

April 30, 2019
Startup that created a device to help premature infants get out of the hospital sooner won the top award at SCORECard Pitch event - Richmond Times-Dispatch

April 29, 2019
A "complex, beautiful web" of support - Virginia Business

April 26, 2019
College student entrepreneurs win Something in the Water pitch competition - Virginia Business

April 22, 2019
VCU launches Center for Pharmaceutical Engineering and Sciences (Tech Transfer) - Tech Transfer

April 16, 2019
VCU launches Center for Pharmaceutical Engineering and Sciences (Virginia Business) - Virginia Business

April 12, 2019
Self‐Assembly of Colloidal Nanoparticles in Printing Processes: Interview with Hong Zhao - Advanced Science News

April 9, 2019
Hanover elementary school, VCU team up for Innovation Day - ABC8 News

April 8, 2019
The Citizen Scientist - Richmond Magazine

April 7, 2019
Six startups selected as finalists for SCOREcard competition - Richmond Times-Dispatch

April 3, 2019
SCMR Seeks to Bring Awareness to a Disease with No Cause - Virtual Strategy Magazine

April 2, 2019
Meet FCFRD: Captain Amy Brantley - Fairfax News

March 25, 2019
R&D 100 Award Presented to Team Mentored by Dr. Milos Manic - IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine

March 22, 2019
VCU joins regional push to give students digital skills businesses want - Richmond Times-Dispatch

March 22, 2019
David Winters, Week 22 Nominee - Fox Richmond

March 20, 2019
AI in Cybersecurity: Balancing Digital Transformation and Trust - Forcepoint

March 18, 2019
Richmond Urban Heat Island Study Highlights Hot Spots, Addresses Health Risk - Smart Cities Connect

March 13, 2019
Student Spotlight: Megan Freeman, Virginia Commonwealth University - QL+

February 27, 2019
Deploying AI to protect power grids - GCN

February 27, 2019
Earth Hacks - Overachiever

February 22, 2019
VCU College of Engineering and Fuzionaire Diagnostics to Pursue Joint Research Applying Novel Radiochemistry Platform to Disease Diagnosis and Drug Discovery - PR Web

February 16, 2019
Startup Spotlight: VCU grads developing device to help improve the accuracy of epidural placements - Richmond Times-Dispatch

February 14, 2019
Makers to Watch: DuraSafe and Hyperloop at VCU - Richmond Inno

February 14, 2019
John B. Cary Elementary Hosts First Annual Innovation Day - RPS District News

January 28, 2019
NASA Hopes Space Mice Can Provide Anti-Aging Treatments for Humans - Geek.com

January 25, 2019
Startup Spotlight: VCU professor creates a barricade device designed to stymie mass school shooters - Richmond Times-Dispatch

January 23, 2019
All-day "hackathon" engages students in environmental problem-solving - Commonwealth Times

January 20, 2019
Agreement between VCU, VUU allows dual degrees - Richmond Times-Dispatch

January 18, 2019
Where Does the Tech Talent Pipeline Begin? Virginia Invests in K-12 Tech - WCVE

January 17, 2019
Amazon Deal Puts Pressure On State To Boost Tech Faculty, Student Investments - WCVE

January 17, 2019
VCU, VUU team up for dual-degree project - Virginia Business

January 16, 2019
Cybersecurity system evolves as it watches and learns from would-be hackers - Phys.org

January 15, 2019
A Cybersecurity System That Learns From the Hackers Themselves - ECN

January 14, 2019
How online programs offered by universities in DC, Maryland and Virginia stack up - WTOP

January 2, 2019
Dean Boyan explains how – and why – higher ed should help build Virginia's high-tech workforce - Virginia Business

January 1, 2019
VCU is engineering for Amazon HQ2's workforce - Virginia Engineer

December 14, 2018
BME alumni startup is featured in RVAHub - RVAHub

December 12, 2018
The Top 5 podcast talks with MNE alumna Donielle Boateng - Soundcloud

December 11, 2018
VCU is meeting industry demand for IT programs, says Dean Boyan in letter to Richmond Times-Dispatch - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 6, 2018
Richmond Times-Dispatch features engineer-turned-entrepreneur - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 6, 2018
Richmond Times-Dispatch features Dean Boyan and engineering faculty on Virginia's "cyber moon shot" - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 6, 2018
Richmond Times-Dispatch features Dean Boyan and engineering faculty on Virginia's "cyber moon shot" - Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 3, 2018
NBC News talks with VCU Engineering's dean and a computer science senior about Amazon HQ2 - NBC News

December 3, 2018
NBC News talks with VCU Engineering's dean and a computer science senior about Amazon HQ2 - NBC News

November 28, 2018
BME alum Alexandria Ritchie (B.S. '18) wins first place in the rvAwesome Founders awards Student category - Richmond Times-Dispatch

November 28, 2018
BME alum Alexandria Ritchie (B.S. '18) wins first place in the rvAwesome Founders awards Student category - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 14, 2018
'There has to be a reset': Va. works with universities to ease cash flow crunch, boost manufacturing research at center in Prince George - Richmond Times-Dispatch

October 14, 2018
'There has to be a reset': Va. works with universities to ease cash flow crunch, boost manufacturing research at center in Prince George - Richmond Times-Dispatch

September 7, 2018
Shooting for the moon, VCU joins state higher education push in cybersecurity - Richmond Times-Dispatch

September 7, 2018
Shooting for the moon, VCU joins state higher education push in cybersecurity - Richmond Times-Dispatch