Worth Longest and his team received a $3 million grant to create an aerosolized surfactant - a substance that lowers liquid surface tension - and a device to deliver it.
Nathaniel Kinsey, Ph.D., seeks to understand the viability of building computer components using light instead of electrical signals.
VCU Engineering researchers collaborate with VCU Health to develop and commercialize new technology.
Kurgan's research aims to improve understanding of life at the molecular level using computer-based modeling.
VCU Chemical and Life Science Engineering undergraduate Justin Turnage is amongst a team of students working alongside James Ferri, Ph.D., to identify a more efficient, cost-effective way to produce the common generic drug.
Nastassja Lewinski, Ph.D., hopes newly-engineered technology can help aquatic industries support sustainability of coral ecosystems.
Complimentary work that earned her a Faculty Early Development Award from the National Science Foundation, Hwang and her fellow researchers are examining cancer cell reactions that lead to metastasis.
“The unstoppable knowledge creation and the transformative innovation being carried out here is felt locally, nationally and globally,” said P. Srirama Rao, Ph.D., vice president for research and innovation.
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Sarah Spiegel and Barbara Boyan were recognized by Research.com for their groundbreaking research impact.
Irfan Ahmed, Ph.D., leads computer scientists working to protect nuclear plants, dams and other critical infrastructure.